Simple yet breathtaking.
It’s not the flashiest or the most extravagant timepiece out there. However, those of you who can appreciate a clean yet luxurious look will instantly fall in love with this H. Moser & Cie piece. The H. Moser & Cie. Endeavour Tourbillon is a Swiss-made masterpiece, and yet, there’s nothing to indicate its lavish and reliable nature. Its dial has no special adornments to speak of. Moreover, the indexes are absent altogether.
Still, it’s that minimalism, that daring approach to watchmaking that makes this piece so special and sought-after. Boasting the brand’s signature tourbillon, the Endeavour Tourbillon includes a 42 mm white gold case, a nude dial adorned with a deep blue colorway, as well as a hand-stitched kudu leather strap.
The technical side.
The case shelters an in-house calibre HMC 804 and its 18-carat solid red gold bi-directional rotor. The 3-day power reserve also deserves a mention, of course. A part of this intricate mechanism can be admired in its entire splendor through a circular opening located at 6 o’clock. The H. Moser & Cie. Endeavour Tourbillon Concept is part of a limited edition of just 20 pieces, making it one of the most exclusive H. Moser & Cie creations in existance.
As far as pricing goes, this luxe accessory would set you back EUR 65,800.