The Luminor 1950 Equation of Time 8 Days displays a sophisticated complication called the “equation of time” by a linear indicator on the dial.
The difference between the mean time indicated by a watch and the true time indicated by the solar meridian is called the “equation of time” and it is the result of the combination of the Earth’s inclination and its elliptical orbit. The linear equation of time indicator displays this difference in time and it is set automatically when the date and the month are set on the watch.
This Luminor 1950 case is made of AISI 361L stainless steel – an alloy that is particularly resistant to corrosion – with a polished finish and it is inspired directly by the history of the Florentine brand.
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