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ENDEAVOUR TOURBILLON CONCEPT COSMIC GREEN H. MOSER & CIE

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GREEN MAGNETISM
A few years after the launch of its Concept watch, with no indices or logo, H. Moser & Cie is back with a tourbillon at the base of its electric green dial.
In 2015, H. Moser & Cie, the brand based in Schaffhausen, Switzerland, launched its Endeavour Centre Seconds Concept collection, featuring watches without indices or a logo. The range symbolises a simpler way to experience time, refocusing on the essential, far removed from marketing and the overabundance of brand names posted everywhere like crazy. The range has since evolved and now includes a range of features and colours, such as the hypnotic Cosmic Green introduced in 2017. The same colour is back this year in a new model, the Endeavour Tourbillon Concept Cosmic Green.

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Just 50 watches are available in this limited edition made by H. Moser & Cie. As its name implies, the model includes a flying tourbillon, with one rotation each minute. The tourbillon is modular since it is assembled and controlled independently of the watch movement, making maintenance easier. The movement in question is the automatic calibre HMC 804, running at 21,600 vibrations an hour and providing an excellent power reserve of three days (72 hours). Along with the tourbillon, the calibre drives the main time features, namely, the hours and the minutes.

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On a dial without hour markers, a minute track, a second scale or any other frills, the magnetic green colour is even more striking, and enhanced by a sunburst finish and smoky effect. In the centre, two silvered leaf-shaped hands display the hours and minutes, while a round opening at 6 o’clock shows off the flying tourbillon with its open-work bridges.

The Endeavour Tourbillon Concept Cosmic Green is worn with a beige kudu leather strap – the kudu being a big African antelope – and a white-gold tang buckle.

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