The beauty behind modern-day watch design is creative freedom, giving watchmakers the opportunity to shape their own style. For the luxury horologists at H. Moser, simplicity is the mantra that the brand continues to instill into each model released from its factory in Schaffhausen, Switzerland. H.Moser is proud to showcase the new limited-edition Streamliner Vantablack Tourbillon, featuring the first precious metal design within its collection of stainless-steel variations. While the Streamliner is commonly presented in steel, the Vantablack’s 40mm case is made entirely from elegant 5N red gold. The all-black dial design highlights H.Moser’s minimalistic approach, using the one-minute flying Tourbillon window at six o’clock as the main attraction of the piece. The dial configuration is set with matching red gold markers and indicators to continue its luxurious take on a classic.
The heartbeat driving the Streamliner Vantablack comes from H.Moser’s in-house HMC 804 Tourbillon movement, capable of holding an impressive 72-hour power reserve. An open backcase displays the inner workings of the complex caliber, with a matching red gold oscillating weight that rotates in front of your eyes. H.Moser completes its first gold Streamliner version with an integrated 5N rose gold bracelet and folding clasp. The new limited-edition H.Moser Streamliner Vantablack is currently available through an authorized dealer for $119,900. Check back into duPont REGISTRY for more upcoming luxury watch news and releases.