When H. Moser is not busy poking sticks at smartwatch giants, or taunting the industry, the manufacture is content to keep itself diligently occupied with perfecting a staple of watchmaking, launching the Baselworld 2017 H. Moser Endeavour Centre Seconds Automatic.
Baselworld 2017: H. Moser Endeavour Centre Seconds Automatic
Originally launched in 2015 as a purist concept, the H. Moser Endeavour Centre Seconds Automatic is a pared down, subtly executed three hand timepiece which approaches aesthetic perfection and harmony thanks to its eye-catching fume dials.
The Schaffhausen-based Manufacture balances the needs for purity and precise proportions deftly, introducing a redesigned 40mm case with sinuous curves and clean lines, definitely demonstrating why the H. Moser Endeavour Centre Seconds Automatic is an exemplar of the maison’s watchmaking philosophy.
Given the Schaffhausen manufacture’s last public manifesto decrying the ludicrousness of how the new Swiss standards don’t go far enough, the H. Moser Endeavour Centre Seconds strikes the balance between artistry and 100% Swiss technical excellence with it’s new manufacture HMC200 calibre.
Also found within the H. Moser Pioneer Centre Seconds in steel, the latest in-house Moser calibre HMC200 is equipped with its vaunted regulating organ produced by sister company Precision Engineering AG. The calibre is decorated with signature Moser double stripes and automatically wound with a large engraved gold oscillating weight, charging the mainspring to full will provide power reserve of three days. The Baselworld H. Moser Endeavour Centre Seconds Automatic is priced at CHF19,900