Stepan Sarpaneva revealed his own inhouse movement

Famous Finnish watchmaker, Mr. Stepan Sarpaneva revealed today on Instagram his own inhouse movement, called Moonment. Sarpaneva promises that the phases of the moon complication is precise for the next 14000 years and the moon cycle can be build up for either Northern or Southern hemisphere. Movement is manual wound and the power reserve is 57 hours.

New inhouse movement is fitted to Korona’s case which is made of Finnish steel. The size of the watch is 42 millimeters and 10,4 millimeters thick. The price tag is 33.500 euros without taxes.

More to come, stay tuned…


Matti Airaksinen
Stylefellow's co-founder and publisher Matti is also a founder and editor-in-chief of Tyyliniekka which is the most popular menstyle and watch online magazine in Finland. Matti is also a serial entrepreneur and internationally awarded member and senator in Junior Chamber International.


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