Prestigious Swiss luxury watch brand H. Moser & Cie. updates its Endeavour collection with a tourbillon model that features a double time zone with a sporty look and a timeless, urban design. The black DLC-treated polished titanium case has a diameter of 40.8 mm with a thickness of 11.3 mm. Although titanium is particularly difficult to work, it offers excellent qualities being light, scratch-resistant and hypo-allergenic. The black alligator leather strap with a carbon-effect finish gives a matte look which enhances the play of light on the polished case.
The polished and satin-brushed case frames a rhodium-plated fumé dial with sunburst pattern and the eye catching tourbillon with skeletonised bridges positioned at 6 o’clock. Behind its skeletonised bridges, the modular interchangeable tourbillon cage is equipped with an original Straumann Double Hairspring, guaranteeing improved precision and isochronism.
The hour hand of the Endeavour Tourbillon hides a third hand which is red and can be displayed to indicate a second time zone.
The beautifully finished HMC 802 self-winding calibre, beating at 21,600 vibrations per hour and offering a 3-day power reserve, is visible through the sapphire crystal case back.
This model will be produced as a limited edition of 20 pieces, with the number engraved on the solid gold rotor. Retail price is €71,500 ($79,120).