When the Cellini dress watch made its debut in 2014, it enjoyed the obligatory fanfare. But “regular programming" resumed quickly – perhaps a little too quickly – at Rolex, as its better known sporty launches reclaimed the spotlight every year after that, while the Cellini had to be content with minor updates and playing wallflower. Not anymore. This year, the Cellini is back, and carrying a complication that has not been seen in Rolex’s line-up since the 1950’s – the moonphase. It’s no ordinary moonphase, either. Powered by the chronometer-certified automatic calibre 3195, which comes with a five-year guarantee, it promises to be accurate for the next 122 years. The moonphase disc is beautifully finished with a blue enamel and a full moon in meteorite.