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    What do you use the moon phase complication for?

    What do you use the moon phase complication for? Is it mostly aesthetic? Is it your day to day watch and if not, do you have it on a winder or reset the moon phase when used occasionaly? Please share your experiences and pics of your moon phase as well. Thank you.
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    Re: What do you use the moon phase complication for?

    Mostly aesthetic, but when I wear it I need to set it accurately first. Same with date - I can't have the wrong thing showing.

    I don't have a winder, but if I did the moonphase would definitely be on it.
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    Re: What do you use the moon phase complication for?

    Lycanthropy gauge.

    And Buddhism.

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    Re: What do you use the moon phase complication for?

    I just enjoy the complication in combination with a big date. And yes, it is on a winder.
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    Re: What do you use the moon phase complication for?

    I like to use it to let me know when all my ex girlfriends will call me. Every couple of months on the same night I will hear from 2-3 different old flames. Almost always a full moon when that happens
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    Re: What do you use the moon phase complication for?

    I use it to time how often these threads come up!

    Seriously - It seems to be mostly aesthetic - there are some beautiful moon phase dials out there. As an amateur astronomer, I appreciate being able to keep track of the moon's doings but, again, it's fun to just have (another) cosmic themed counter on my wrist.

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    Re: What do you use the moon phase complication for?

    It's good to know when all the lunatics in Los Angeles will be especially out of their minds.
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    Re: What do you use the moon phase complication for?

    Celtic rituals, mostly.

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    Re: What do you use the moon phase complication for?

    I keep forgetting where I put it(Moon) So it helps me keep track.It's also just cool.Stays on Winder.
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    Re: What do you use the moon phase complication for?

    To pass the time.

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