The H. Moser & Cie Endeavor Perpetual Calendar is one of our notable watches, here at Monochrome. We had this timepiece under our degree for a significant long time now we’re as yet making the most of its decent bends and its smart development with one of the least complex perpetual calendar ever. We evaluated it as of late and felt the quickness of this H. Moser & Cie Endeavor Perpetual Calendar , that is presently coming in a pleasant combination of a sky blue dial and an energetic light earthy colored leather strap.
The H. Moser & Cie Endeavor Perpetual Calendar is a fascinating watch not just on the grounds that it looks great (check the brilliant photos we did during our survey to make your own assessment) yet mostly as a result of the mechanics it acquires its innards. A perpetual calendar/calendrier perpétuel/QP is generally something complicated to show, to peruse and to set – and obviously to collect. What H. Moser & Cie achieve is one of the most astute QP ever, with initial, an exceptionally basic showcase and afterward a completely secured development that can be changed essentially by the crown, both forward and in reverse – investigate the ‘movement’ area in our audit of this watch .
The dial of the H. Moser & Cie Endeavor Perpetual Calendar is amazingly unadulterated for a QP, as it doesn’t include the typical 3 or 4 sub-dials to show the day, the date, the month and the jump year. All things considered, it includes just a date window and a small bolt hand to point the month. It acquires a solitary look the fundamental figures. It’s an efficient and savvy. The utilization of the QP is additionally basic and instinctive, as the solitary interface to activate is the crown, that permits to set the date – and thus the month and the jump year. No pushers or recessed catches are set into the case-bands.
For Baselworld 2015, the H. Moser & Cie Endeavor Perpetual Calendar comes in another release called ‘Funky Blue’, because of its sky blue dial with sunburst design and fumé impact (lighter in the middle than on the lines). The case is here made in 18k white gold and the lash is a sporty Hand-stitched beige kudu leather tie, with a characteristic tone and aspect.
Under the bended sapphire caseback, we actually found the very much finished calibre HMC 341, with its Moser ribs, the hand chamfered and polished scaffolds, the huge screwed gold chatons, the Moser interchangeable escapement and the hopping jump year wheel. It is here coming in a silver finish (while the dark release we surveyed was highlighting a full dark covering on the extensions and plate). It additionally flaunts a down to earth 7 to 10 days power-save that permits to forget the watch on the work area for a week and to wear it back without any changes required.
This new release of Moser’s most intelligent watch is a cool, more easygoing rendition and will be valued around 50.000 Swiss Francs. More subtleties on Moser’s site .