ENDEAVOUR

VENTURER

PIONEER

ENDEAVOUR

PERPETUAL CALENDAR

FUNKY BLUE TITANIUM LIMITED EDITION

H. Moser & Cie. has produced a limited edition of just 10 pieces, boldly combining DLC treated titanium and the striking shades of its sky-blue fumé dial, in what looks set to become one of their iconic dials

VENTURER

BIG DATE

WHITE GOLD

A big date with an exceptionally vintage elegance, the Venturer Big Date by H. Moser & Cie. is set to become an iconic model.

ENDEAVOUR

PERPETUAL CALENDAR

HERITAGE LIMITED EDITION

This marvel of haute horlogerie anchors the Perpetual Calendar Heritage Limited Edition firmly in the present, making it a timepiece which is unmistakably of its time.

SWISS ALP WATCH

LIMITED EDITION

Rather than create a model with an electronic heart trying to look like a mechanical watch, H. Moser & Cie. has chosen to do the opposite: the Swiss Alp Watch is inspired by the modern design of smartwatches, but is entirely mechanical.

ENDEAVOUR

SMALL SECONDS

Bryan Ferry LIMITED EDITION

For this exceptional watch, Bryan Ferry and H. Moser & Cie. designed it with a decidedly vintage aesthetic.

ENDEAVOUR

PERPETUAL CALENDAR

FUNKY BLUE

H. Moser & Cie. is taking a non-conformist stance at Baselworld by giving its perpetual calendar a brand new look.

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6/6, Flash calendar

Unlike most other calendars which change gradually, an H. Moser Flash Calendar is very rare in that it changes from one date to the next in a fraction of a second. This is a feature the Monard Big Date and the Perpetual Calendar share. The Flash Calendar is particularly impressive and useful on the Perpetual Calendar, as the date instantaneously changes at midnight to the correct date, even on short months such as February.

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5/6, Perpetual calendar

Our Perpetual Calendar is best known for its simple design. This is possible in part due to the ingenious display for the month: a short central arrow hand uses the hour indices to indicate the month. This exceptional solution led the Perpetual Calendar to be recognised at the Geneva Watchmaking Grand Prix in 2006.

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4/6 Double pull crown

All of our watches featuring a date, or a second time zone, have a Double Pull Crown. This smart, simple feature allows the crown to be pulled out in two stages, the first for adjusting the date or second time zone, the second for stopping the movement and setting the time. With this function, the watch continues to indicate the correct hour, minute and second without interruption when adjusting the date or additional displays.

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3/6, Hacking seconds

The incorporation of a Hacking Seconds into our movements is an ingenious feature, which enables the watch to be set precisely to the second. The seconds hand remains stationary when the crown is pulled out to adjust the time ; and starts moving again the instant the crown is pushed in.

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2/6, THE INTERCHANGEABLE ESCAPEMENT MODULE

The interchangeable Moser escapement module is one of our cleverest features; developed to simplify the adjustment, cleaning and servicing of the watch. It enables the watchmaker to remove the existing escapement module, clean and oil the rest of the movement before installing a new pre-adjusted module.

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1/6, 7-day power reserve

We are remarkable for offering several models with a 7-day power reserve, a valuable asset in a mechanical watch of this calibre. This is achieved by the use of two barrels in the movement. The actual winding springs are made from the unbreakable and self-lubricating material Nivaflex. Our power reserve indicators are on the movement side of most of our watches, visible through the sapphire crystal case-back.

Dressed up or down, you're good either way with the Endeavour Perpetual Calendar Funky Blue. Available from @almanara_ij in Abu Dhabi.
Nothing like an H. Moser case back view to get your juices flowing! Awesome photo by @a.f.m_22 of his Endeavour Small Seconds.
Is it just us or does Jeremy Piven look just a bit envious of @thecarsonchan's Swiss Alp Watch?
The epitome of sporty-chic: the Pioneer line combines red gold and blackened titanium in a way that's truly unlike any other.

NEWS

07.2016

COMPANY

A new generation

In 2005, Heinrich Moser’s great-grandson, Roger Nicholas Balsiger, joined forces with Dr. Jurgen Lange and Thomas Straumann to re-establish H. Moser & Cie. in the canton of Schaffhausen with a new Manufacture. In 2012, the Meylan family, with a rich heritage in fine watchmaking, brought its invaluable experience to the company. Its chairman, Georges-Henri Meylan, a man with uncommon entrepreneurial vision, believes that by investing in Swiss watch manufacturers of rare quality, he can build an independent watch group which not only benefits those involved at present, but also future generations. This vision is shared by his son, Edouard Meylan, who is the CEO of H. Moser & Cie.

 

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Heinrich Moser

In 1829, to guarantee the quality of watches bearing his name, Henrich Moser built a factory in Le Locle – a centre of Swiss watchmaking excellence. Aged just 43 he returned to Schaffhausen, a prosperous watch manufacturer and merchant where he contributed to the industrial expansion of the region. His pioneering spirit and entrepreneurial zeal saw him contribute to many other fields in addition to running H. Moser & Cie. Most notable was the completion (in 1864) of the largest dam in Switzerland at the time, situated on the Rhine near Schaffhausen.

 

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Heinrich Moser

Heinrich Moser was born in Schaffhausen, Switzerland, in 1805. Both his grandfather, Johannes, and his father, Erhard, were watchmakers of the highest calibre. Heinrich was the beneficiary of their rare knowledge, quickly becoming an expert watchmaker in Le Locle. It wasn’t long before his remarkable artistic skill gained him international respect, and at the age of just 21, he set up on his own. In 1828, Heinrich’s entrepreneurial spirit led him to St. Petersburg where he founded H. Moser & Cie. The company’s rare and exquisite creations were soon gracing the wrists of Russian princes and members of the Imperial Court. They even sold movements to other companies; most of Fabergé’s table clocks were equipped with movements produced by H. Moser & Cie.