NEW: H. Moser Endeavour Minute Repeater Tourbillon ‘Electric Blue’

You may recall the H.Moser & Cie Endeavour Concept Minute Repeater Tourbillon of 2019. Limited to ten pieces, it was a segue from the Watch Concept Black Minute Repeater in the Swis Alp case.

Now, they have launched a new colour variant of the 2019 model. This time it is limited to twenty pieces, and with a sunburst Electric Blue dial and in a 43mm sized titanium case, instead of white gold.

The hammers and chimes are notable for being curved and on the dial side, along with the one-minute tourbillon at 6 o’clock.

The minute repeater chimes the hour, quarter hour, and minute via two gongs and hammers. The sliding bolt, fitted on a Teflon runner, is built into the main plate. The case middle has been widened in order to fit the movement whilst allowing enough space to create the chamber for the sound.

The movement is the same as in the previous model. The manually-wound Calibre HM 903 beats at 21,600VPH and has a power reserve of 90 hours. The movement and components are hand-finished and decorated, and there double Moser stripes on the plate and bridges.

As mentioned at the outset, this new model is in a limited edition of twenty pieces. It also comes on an alligator strap, this time black with red lining and a titanium pin buckle that is engraved with the Moser logo.

The RRP is CHF 330,000 and you can reserve one by contacting your local H.Moser & Cie authorised dealer or directly from them at their website.

 

[Photo credit: H.Moser & Cie]



Categories: H. Moser & Cie, Limited Editions, Watch Profile, watches

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