Creating an article without a solitary notice of its provenance on the dial yet as yet staying unmistakable is far, a long way from simple. However, Schaffhausen-based brand H. Moser & Cie., with their unadulterated/naked watches , have achieved this – in any event, among a group of people of knowledgeable gatherers. Pushing the thought considerably further are the Concept watches of the brand: no content, no files, no Swiss-Made mention… Actually, nothing! A dial and its hands, that’s all. This thought is currently applied to another watch in the assortment, the most complex of all, with Endeavor Tourbillon Concept.
At H. Moser & Cie. “Concept” implies extreme disentanglement of the plan. Envision a watch bereft of everything with the exception of its dial and the hands. You heard accurately: no records, no signs, no markers, no Swiss-Made notice, no 4-lines of chronometer affirmation, not even the name of the brand. A dial and its hands… H. Moser & Cie. are very provocative and this thought is another showing that a plan can be more grounded than a logo. The thought behind the “Concept Watches” is to complement the actual quintessence of the watch, in its most flawless structure. The brand previously did it with, for example, the Endeavor Perpetual Calendar Concept , an absolutely naked rendition of a generally exceptionally clean watch. Presently, they have done it once more, with an alternate complication.
With the Endeavour Tourbillon Concept, H. Moser & Cie. takes its mark tourbillon watch and eliminates everything that they passed judgment on unimportant. A very moderate approach to the plan without a doubt, yet not of the technical part. The possibility of this watch is to bring back the principle fascination of this watch, which means the tourbillon, at focal point of the audience. The “standard” rendition of the Endeavour Tourbillon is a programmed watch, which highlights notwithstanding the time, a subsequent time-region show. Obviously, that piece comes with hands, which highlight files, with a logo on the dial, and that dial is ventured with a recessed region around the tourbillon. Disregard the vast majority of these highlights, in light of the fact that in the Endeavour Tourbillon Concept, they are gone.
The “Concept” variant of the H. Moser & Cie. Attempt Tourbillon is a period just form – not any more double time highlight – with just two hands (minutes and hours) and a plain dial without a recessed territory any longer. The solitary extra component obvious on the front is the tourbillon confine, situated traditionally at 6. Furthermore, All things considered, no “and”. This is it. However, this is good… The most astounding thing is that, even without the name or the logo, this watch is still immediately conspicuous as a Moser!
The Endeavour Tourbillon Concept comes in a 42mm white gold case, which utilizes the mark plan of the brand (with sunken casebands and straight brushings on the sides). The dial might be naked, it remains completely Moser as well, with the utilization of the fumé style (darker on the edges) and the out of control blue tone. Combined to this is a hand-stitched kudu leather tie, again something repetitive for the brand.
The Endeavour Tourbillon Concept might outwardly moderate in its appearance, yet it stays a complex watch on the technical side. Inside the case is the in-house type HMC 804 – which is an advancement of the HMC 802 found in the customary tourbillon watch of the brand – which means a 3-day power save, programmed development with one-minute tourbillon. Winding is done by means of an 18-carat strong red gold bi-directional rotor. More fascinating is that this development is outfitted with a twofold level hairspring planned and created in-house. Surely, two hairsprings are fitted over the equilibrium, which significantly improves exactness and isochronism, alongside reducing the impact of contact ordinarily experienced with a solitary hairspring. As normal with Moser, the controlling organ is an interchangeable module, gathered and directed autonomously of the development by means of a straightforward attachment and play framework (easy to eliminate and to change during services).
The H. Moser & Cie. Try Tourbillon Concept will be a restricted version of 20 pieces, valued at CHF 69,000 or EUR 65,800. More subtleties on www.h-moser.com .
Technical Specifications – H. Moser & Cie. Attempt Tourbillon Concept
- Case: 42mm distance across x 11.6mm height – 18k white gold, polished and brushed – sapphire precious stone on both sides
- Movement: In-house type HMC 804 – programmed – 72h force save – 3Hz recurrence – hours, minutes and one-minute tourbillon, with twofold hairspring
- Strap: hand-stitched kudu leather lash, 18k white gold collapsing clasp
- Limited Edition of 20 pieces
- Price: CHF 69,000/EUR 65,800