As of now, you should realize that H. Moser & Cie trademark is about purity – and a certain rebellious spirit about a sensitive subject, Swiss Made … Purity goes from the beginning Moser watches, from the cleaned up dials, to the absence of logos (that is just exceptional in the business) or the case. However, purity doesn’t mean plain, exhausting or drained of interest. The brand accomplished to be intense, without any ingenuities. How? With a particular shape, unmistakable dials and, really astounding, splendid tones. Following the soul of the Funky Blue dial , which has become the brand’s signature, H. Moser & Cie. presently presents the Venturer Small Seconds XL, their biggest watch, presently in a “Purity” rendition and with an audacious Cosmic Green dial.
This new H. Moser & Cie. Venturer Small Seconds XL Purity Cosmic Green follows the way opened by the somewhat trick like Swiss Mad watches (some articulation watches to tell the world that Swiss Made mark became insignificant and that Moser can live impeccably without these words on the dial…), later communicated in an all the more commercially-situated piece introduced a couple of days prior, the Endeavor Perpetual Purity . As said, the name “Purity” isn’t here for the fun… It truly is the thing that you’ll get. A watch as unadulterated as possible envision; a dial, a bunch of hands, a couple records and that’s all. No self image cleaning logos, no idiotic notice about the conceivable nature of the development, no notice of the provenance all things considered. Indeed, Swiss Made doesn’t show up on the dial, however H. Moser & Cie. watches are totally Swiss Made. Other than being a strong (and potentially exceptionally effective) move, it is one of the cleverest separation systems seen recently.
For 2017, H. Moser & Cie. redoes the Venturer Small Seconds XL, the biggest model in the assortment with a 43mm case, by “cleaning” the dial. Such a re-visitation of the fundamental, as just the hands, 3-6-9-12 records and a small second are noticeable on the substance of the watch. What’s more, unmistakably, for such a watch, it is all that anyone could need. No logos show up on the dial, yet the watch stays very Moser and unmistakable – proving indeed that a solid plan will beat any sort of logo. The subsequent development comes from the shade of that dial, presently a brilliant green with angle impact (hazier on the fringe), called fumé by the brand. This Cosmic Green dial is a reverberation to the Funky blue shading utilized a few times by Moser. It is here combined to white gold for the case and beige for the kudu cowhide tie (Kudu is a sort of antelope).
At the core of this enormous case ticks an in-house created and delivered development, the HMC 327 hand-wound type. Noticeable through the caseback, it is in the vein of Moser’s creation, with huge twofold ribbings on the scaffolds, decent bended shapes, lovely finishings (cleaned screws and spaces, cleaned and sloped points, engravings…). It brags 3 days power save (with a marker on the development side) and features Moser balance haggle Straumann Hairspring®, with an exchangeable controller module. It runs at 2.5Hz and measures 32mm in distance across, implying that it pleasantly fills the rear of the watch, even with a 43mm diameter.
The H. Moser & Cie. Venturer Small Seconds XL Purity Cosmic Green will be available in a restricted release of 50 pieces and will be appeared during Baselworld 2017. Cost will be 21,900 Euro. More subtleties on www.h-moser.com .
Specifications of the H. Moser & Cie. Venturer Small Seconds XL Purity Cosmic Green
- Case: 43mm breadth x 12.60mm tallness – 18k White gold, cleaned and brushed surfaces – sapphire precious stone on both sides
- Dial: Cosmic green fumé dial with sunburst design – appliqué lists and leaf hands
- Movement: Calibre HMC 327 – In-house – hand-wound – 3-day power save – 18,000 Vib/h – hours, minutes, small seconds, power hold pointer (back side)
- Strap: beige kudu calfskin tie with 18k white gold pin buckle
- Ref. 2327-0209 – 50 pieces restricted edition