Unifying a minimalist aesthetic with an incredibly intricate mechanism, H. Moser & Cie present the Endeavour Concept Minute Repeater Tourbillon. The case is titanium, setting the electric blue dial firmly in place, and is beautifully accented by the alligator strap. The clean, finished lines of the outer dial belie the complexity of what lies beneath, as H. Moser & Cie have integrated the minute repeater and the tourbillon, seamlessly merging over four hundred moving parts toward a singular purpose. Included in this is a miniature system of hammers and gongs, chiming the time with unerring accuracy.
The acoustics have been redesigned from earlier presentations, moving forward into the future. The face of the timepiece offers a small glimpse into the inner workings, as this intricacy deserves to be seen and marveled at. At 43 mm, it offers a slim profile, allowing the watch to slide easily under the cuff. For power and longevity, it holds ninety hours in reserve and functions in water to a depth of three atmospheres, enduring all that life throws at it. The H. Moser & Cie Endeavour Concept Minute Repeater Tourbillon (Omega Unveils Its First Master Chronometer Manual-Winding Central Tourbillon – IMBOLDN) is a limited-edition timepiece with only twenty pieces available.
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