The Endeavour Dual Time is fitted with our first automatic movement – the very large HMC 346. It possesses a number of exceptional interior and exterior features such as a highly efficient pawl winding system and a dual-time display with a faceted red hand which adds a dynamic touch to the watch’s elegant and understated aesthetics.
Case: 40.8 mm diameter, 11.0 mm height
Movement: in-house automatic calibre HMC 346,
34.0 mm diameter, 6.5 mm height
Frequency: 18,000 vib/h
Second time zone display
Hours and minutes
Off-centre seconds hand
Moser teeth for all wheels and pinions
Interchangeable Moser escapement
Original Straumann Hairspring® with stabilised Breguet overcoil
Pallet fork and escapement wheel made from gold
Movement and components hand-finished and decorated
Oscillating weight made from18-carat gold
Automatic pawl winding system
Double Pull Crown mechanism
See-through sapphire crystal case-back
Hand-stitched alligator strap
Solid gold or platinum pin buckle with an engraved Moser logo
This Endeavour Dual Time boasts a silver-plated dial with a sunburst pattern, a rose gold case as well as a brown, hand-stitched alligator strap with a rose gold pin buckle.
DUAL TIME DISPLAY
As its name suggests, the dual time function is the key feature. In addition to the hour and minute hands, and the seconds dial, a red hand indicates the hour in a second time zone. Adjustable in one-hour increments at any time of day, this colourful hand can be cleverly hidden under the hour hand should the wearer not require the dual time zone function. The Double Pull Crown enables adjustment of the second time-zone hour without any risk of inadvertently stopping the watch or altering the primary time.
The Endeavour Dual Time boasts an AM-PM indicator at 12 o’clock. Linked to the wearer’s primary time zone, this indicator changes from white to black in a fraction of a second at 12 noon, and then from black to white at midnight. This ingenious feature, which makes keeping in touch with your home time simple and easy, can be attributed to a spring that stores up energy for around eight hours without affecting the rate at which the watch runs.