H. Moser & Cie., from the extra ordinary brands of traditional luxury watchmaking, introduced a pair of new models, Endeavour Perpetual Moon Concept, which attract attention with its ultra-accurate moon phase indicator.
The boutique brand, H. Moser & Cie, which has been on the agenda in recent years with their bold statements and models designed to attract attention to the current status of Swiss Made term, released a new series, Endeavour Perpetual Moon Concept, offering a pair of limited edition models.
The new model, which is designed in line with the brand's traditional lines which redefines the simplicity concept, is offered in 42mm wide and 12.9mm thick case that is available in stainless-steel or 18K pink gold materials. The new case, which promises a comfortable wrist presence, is equipped with scratch resistant sapphire crystals on both sides.
The dial of the new H. Moser & Cie. Endeavour Perpetual Moon Concept model is based on the brand's simple lay-out that we are familiar with from previous versions. Offered in Vantablack (for the stainless steel version) and Blue Fumé (for the 18K pink gold version), the dial features a moon phase indicator at 6 o'clock which gave the model its name.
H. Moser & Cie. Endeavour Perpetual Moon Concept is powered by the fully manufacture Caliber Ref. HMC 801. 28 jewels hand-wound movement beats at a frequency of 2.5Hz (18.000vph) and offers an impressive power reserve of 7 days when fully wound. Besides hours and minutes, the movement is equipped with an AM/PM display function and power reserve indicator visible from the sapphire crystal display case back, as well as a ultra-accurate moon phase feature which is accurate to one day in every 1,027.3 years.
The new model is offered on an alligator strap (black for the stainless-steel version and brown for the 18K pink gold version) that is secured by a pin buckle made in line with the case material.
Both models are limited to 50 units per each only.