H. Moser & Cie. – Venturer Tourbillon Dual Time
H. Moser & Cie. dispatches the Venturer Tourbillon Dual Time, fueled by the programmed make type HMC 802 which utilizes the first tourbillon at any point created by the watchmaker based in Neuhausen am Rheinfall, in the Swiss canton of Schaffhausen.
This new tourbillon highlights two interesting solutions: the cutting edge Straumann Double Hairspring which improves the precision and isochronism of the development and the Moser Interchangeable Tourbillon Module which can be assembled and controlled autonomously of the development, with a straightforward “attachment and-play” framework, to encourage overhauling.
The plan of the Venturer Tourbillon Dual Time shows components of the 1920s Bauhaus period. The particular dial is cambered towards the edge of its surface following the bend of the raised sapphire glass and is accessible in three varieties: ardoise in a white gold case (ref. 2802-0200), red gold fumé in a red gold case (ref. 2802-0400), and argenté in a red gold case (ref. 2802-0401). The swallow-molded hands are likewise bended to follow the profile of the dial.
The base bit of the dial is stepped lower and highlights chamfering between the two surfaces to feature the two dial levels. At 6 o’clock the moment tourbillon is noticeable behind the open-worked gold bridge. The dual time work is given an extra red hour-hand that can be covered up from view when it isn’t needed by means of the crown.
The silk brushed case band of the 41.5 mm cleaned gold case is decorated by Moser’s unmistakable recessed flanks. The absolute stature of the case, including the arched gem, is 14.3 mm.
For the most elevated exactness, the HMC 802 programmed type – running at a recurrence of 21,600 vibrations each hour – incorporates a moment tourbillon and the Straumann Double Hairspring. When the tourbillon was imagined in the 18th century for use in a pocket watch, the complication balanced the impact of gravitational powers. Truth be told, a pocket watch was held in a vertical plane for a large portion of the day. However, wristwatches are stood firm on in a multitude of footholds in normal use, henceforth a portion of the advantages of a regular tourbillon are lost. The Straumann Double Hairspring upgrades exactness on account of a couple of coordinated hairsprings, every one counterbalancing the gravitational impact on the contradicting spring. This arrangement additionally decreases the impact of erosion normally experienced with a solitary hairspring, improving isochronism.
To control the development consequently, a bi-directional pawl winding framework moves the energy from the open-worked red gold rotor to the barrel which offers a least force reserve of three days.
The Moser Venturer Tourbillon Dual Time, completed by a valuable hand-sewed earthy colored or dark croc tie with collapsing fasten, has a retail cost of Euro 60,000 without charges.