Yes, rare is probably a good description. Do any of those models use a graphic display comparable to the moon phase? Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter in text around a subdial strikes me as visually dull.I'm looking for watch that displays the season (Summer, Winter etc). So far I've found a Breitling Bentley, a Van Cleef and a Franck Muller but nothing else. This seems to be a rare complication, does anyone know any others?
A friend of mine lives across the Yukon from Dawson City. He'd be very much interested in a watch telling him summer (= when there's a ferry crossing), winter (= you drive over the ice), freeze-up and break-up (= you're stuck on one side). But I'm afraid he'll have to wait for that special complication. Don't see any watch maker giving it a try any time soon.. ;o)In California we just have, earthquake, fire, mudslides, and rain.