This vintage-inspired men's dual display watches features a shiny blue dial, jewel-style hands and Arabic numerals. It has a 40 mm thick stainless steel case with a thickness of only 10 mm, a white and date sub-dial and a silver handpiece for the week. It also features a moon phase dial at 6 o'clock on the dial and a vintage Hesalite dome crystal. This watch is equipped with a Swiss-made Ronda 706B quartz movement. Includes a screw-in case back and a white leather strap with a white stitching handmade. This is a very handsome watch.Whenever you look for high quality and exceptionally refined timepieces, people will inevitably take into account the origins of the manufacturer. In addition, watches made by Swiss manufacturers have been in the right position as senior watch lovers for many years. There is no doubt that the term “Made in Switzerland” has become synonymous with a special men's dual display watches brand that is intertwined with certain prestige. Since the reunification of Germany in 1990, companies based in Germany have been able to slowly catch up with technological innovations and the design and exquisite tastes embodied in many Swiss timepieces. The “Made in Germany” label has finally been able to successfully hold its place in the highly competitive watch market, while narrowing the gap between well-known Swiss brands.In the German center of finance, of the bull and bear market, the world of stock brokers and highflyers, the flight instructor and former rally participant Helmut Sinn founded his company in the city still affectionately referred to as ‘Mainhattan’ in the early 1960s. What began with the arrangement of on-board instruments in Bundeswehr aircrafts, rapidly turned into the invention of chronographs designed primarily for pilots. From the very beginning, Helmut Sinn Spezialuhren GmbH excelled with watches that were expected to fulfill the highest technical demands. For example the Sinn 142S proved the functionality of automatic winding wristwatches in a zero-gravity environment. The men's dual display watches UX can even be found now firmly around the wrist of the elite German Federal Police, the GSG9.