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Watches featuring a moonphase complication display new moons, first quarters, full moons and last quarters.
Watches featuring a « big date » display an oversized window and have two independent date discs.
Watches featuring a small seconds have a smaller subcounter, usually located at 6h, which indicates seconds.
The date is a small window on the dial which indicates the day of the month (between 1 and 31).
The jumping hour complication is a means of displaying the hour, shown through an aperture, which instantly changes every 60 minutes.
The night and day indicator is an aesthetic complication which displays on the dial the movement of the sun and the moon. This complication must not be confused with the moonphase.