Is it officially a Full Moon tonight in UK...?

... looks pretty much like the sad lady thinks so...

Is it officially a Full Moon tonight in UK...?

But she can look a bit scary too...!

Is it officially a Full Moon tonight in UK...?

I am finding that the moonphase is the single most wonderful aspect of the whole watch... I don't need to know where the moon is in it's cycle (who needs that much information, lunar or otherwiseIs it officially a Full Moon tonight in UK...??). But, it brings the watch to life, to see it slowly but constantly moving each day, and the stars coming and going... a lot of fun.

Anyway, it's the first 'full-face' I've had since receiving it and wanted to share it with you. Thanks. Gary

ps - I am now wondering a) that I should check on-line to see if it is really a full-moon at all here, and then if it is b) how far and wide it applies at the same time?
OK... so no it isn't.
06/19/2010 - 23:34
The next UK full-moon is 04:15 on 26th June. So, all you WIS moon-phase colleagues, how do I adjust the moonphase? On that date? Would it make any difference to adjust it back 7 days today? Is a push on the moon-phase adjuster equal to a day? What way will it go? Is there some cosmic significance to the 'sad' and the 'smiling' faces? So many questions. You can tell I've never done this before!
Please oh please...
06/20/2010 - 00:17
read the manual for the instructions on setting this watch!! It is important that you use the proper corrector on the side of the case at the proper time.  Bill
The end of a fork tine would be wrong?
06/20/2010 - 00:40
Thanks Bill. There is more chance that NASA would pick me as the next lead astronaut on the next moon landing mission than me even changing the time on it... [I have been wearing it for 24 days and I haven't pulled the crown out]... Hence... some input here is sought; and I will go into the AD; and I will write a PhD Thesis entitled: "Do not adjust the moon-phase display of your 47212 until you have read this"; I will have read and re-read the instruction manual several times; and I will have read and listened to each and every piece of advice I can lay my hands on - before I go anywhere near the watch. I'll go get the manual!
Thank you Gary for providing me with another opportunity to say
06/23/2010 - 04:06
that this moonphase is the most beautiful and exquisite moonphase ever, and that I also find it the most wonderful aspect of this watch.  I have been tempted many times to push forward the moonphase to get a view quicker of the sad and smily face... By the way, I love the angle on the 2nd shot - very nice I can't wait for mine to be back from Geneva... Cheers,  Francois
agree with every word (nt)
06/23/2010 - 11:51
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