H. Moser & Cie. – Endeavour Tourbillon DLC Titanium
Exemplary in its lines however intense in its style, the new H. Moser & Cie. Try Tourbillon combines a valuable tourbillon obvious through the fundamental dial with a helpful twofold time region complication.
The dark DLC-treated cleaned titanium case has a breadth of 40.8 mm with a thickness of 11.3 mm. In spite of the fact that titanium is especially hard to work, it offers brilliant characteristics being light, scratch-safe and hypo-allergenic. The dark croc calfskin lash with a matte carbon-impact finish is a decent match.
The cleaned and silk brushed case outlines a rhodium-plated fumé dial with sunburst design and the eye getting tourbillon with skeletonised spans situated at 6 o’clock.
The hour hand of the Endeavor Tourbillon shrouds a third hand which is red and can be shown to demonstrate a subsequent time region.
The perfectly completed HMC 802 self-winding type, beating at 21,600 vibrations each hour and offering a 3-day power hold, is noticeable through the sapphire precious stone case back.
The particular tradable tourbillon confine is outfitted with a unique Straumann Double Hairspring for improved exactness and isochronism.
The H. Moser & Cie. Attempt Tourbillon DLC Titanium (ref. 1802-0500) is a restricted version of 20 pieces, each with the individual number engraved on the red gold rotor of the programmed development. Retail cost is Euro 71,500. h-moser.com