H. Moser goes green with its new watch release.
Defining itself as the blank canvas for creative watchmakers to showcase artistic visions, watch dials display unique variations of color, material, and finish. H. Moser puts the spotlight on the dial design of its all-new novelty in anticipation of next week’s Watches & Wonders opening. The new H. Moser Endeavour Centre Seconds Concept Lime Green brings back traditional watchmaking techniques that help to shed light on the history of fumé dials. The new Endeavour Centre Seconds Concept features a 40mm polished stainless steel case that includes a sapphire crystal caseback and a crown adorned with an ‘M’. The ‘Grand Feu’ enamel dial requires an intricate hammering process that transforms the gold base into a new design. The fumé dial refers to the dark to light color shift that occurs from the outside of the dial to its center point, which achieves its unique fade after being fired 12 times. The ombré-style green dial pairs perfectly with the leaf-shaped hour/minute hands and purple central seconds hand.
The special Endeavour model is driven by H. Moser’s in-house HMC 200 self-winding movement, which features an automatic bi-directional pawl winding system and an impressive 72-hour power reserve. The transparent caseback allows for a closer look at the inner workings of the watch’s mechanism, while the outer case includes engravings to highlight the special release from H. Moser. Contrasting against its vibrant deep green design, H. Moser fits each piece with a hand-stitched grey kudu leather strap and steel pin buckle. The all-new H. Moser Endeavour Centre Seconds Concept Lime Green is currently available through an authorized dealer for $27,600. Check back into duPont REGISTRY Daily for more upcoming luxury watch news and releases.
Source: H. Moser