What is the best skeleton watches, not a watch for the moon, is the ultimate endurance test for watches.
The "Moonwatch" features a black dial, a small seconds dial, a 30-minute recorder and a 12-hour recorder,
and a central chronograph hands. The black bezel is equipped with an ultra-fast scale and is mounted on
a 42 mm stainless steel case. It uses the Omega 1861 calibre, the same as the manual winding movement
used on the moon.
This best skeleton watches commemorates the iconic Indian Motorcycles Scout bike, used by Australian racer Burt Munro to achieve a land speed record in the 1960s that still stands today. Infused with the spirit of racing, this timepiece features a tachymeter, small-seconds sub-dial and chronograph counters, as well as Super-LumiNova-filled hands, indices and numerals. The counterweight for the seconds hand is in the “I” in the Indian Motorcycles logo. Another unique feature is a partial opening of the dial that reflects the open-engine look of a motorcycle. Even the Horween leather strap is inspired by the seat of the Indian Scout.
Another fully black watch for skeleton, the 42mm PVD case has a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal with several layers of anti-reflective coating. The all-black dial has applied hour marker indexes with Super-LumiNova and silver hands. Powered by a quartz movement, it provides hours, minutes, seconds and date aperture at 3 o'clock, perpetual calendar, GPD system, shock correction and magnetic field correction.