H. Moser & Cie. – Venturer Small Seconds with Roman Numerals
At Baselworld 2015, H. Moser & Cie. presented another exquisite dial with Roman numerals for its Venturer Small Seconds model.
Already accessible just in red gold, the new Venturer Small Seconds with Roman Numerals highlights a shiny new white lacquered dial outlined by a three-section white gold case (39 mm x 12.5 mm) for a neo-vintage look, as Moser portrays it.
A cutting edge reevaluation of the normal style of 1920s, the dial includes a raised profile underneath its adjusted sapphire gem. A rib isolates the dial from the bezel. The outcome is that the dial seems to drift inside the case. To additional improve the downplayed polish of the watch, the since quite a while ago tightened hands are produced using blued steel and bended to follow the profile of the dial.
Balance at 6 o’clock, the little seconds sub-dial is situated as close as conceivable to the lower part of the fundamental dial, a specialized accomplishment made conceivable gratitude to the in-house development created for the model.
The hand-wound type HMC 327 ensures a base force save of 3 days and is done and improved by hand utilizing customary methods. The transparent sapphire gem case-back permits the proprietor to completely appreciate the nature of the development just as to check the force hold marker.
Moderate beating at 18,000 vibrations each hour, this development offers selective highlights, for example, a hacking seconds component, Moser teeth for all haggles, and the first Straumann Hairspring with settled Breguet overcoil.
Completed by a dark gator lash got by a white gold pin clasp with engraved logo, the new H. Moser & Cie. Venturer Small Seconds with Roman Numerals (ref. 2327-0200) has a retail cost of Swiss Francs 18,500/Euro 17,700. h-moser.com