With this stunning member of the Endeavour family, you can hold the galaxy in the palm of your hand (or on your wrist). The mystery of the stars, the magnetism of the moon, and the wonder of the Milky Way meet the infinite precision of Moser watchmaking in this model.
For the Dreamers
At the 6 o’clock position, a silvery moon waxes and wanes within a beautifully proportioned, streamlined window. In an ode to purity, the Concept dial is stripped of indices or logo – to give the moon pride of place within its miniature galaxy. Our signature Perpetual Moon Phase is clear, elegant, and almost unparalleled in accuracy – with just one day’s deviation, every 1027 years. That’s right: once a Millenium, this work of art needs a little adjustment (you can leave the instructions to your descendants: just use a simple push-button located on the case flank).
For the Adventurers
A mini-milky-way is revealed in our velvet-deep midnight blue Aventurine dial, subtly twinkling with brilliant ‘stars’ that mirror the constellations of the night sky. According to folklore, aventurine is symbolic of prosperity and perseverance, combined with compassion – while its name is derived from the Italian word ‘avventura’, meaning ‘adventure’ or ‘chance’. All in all, a material perfectly suited to our bold Endeavour and its dreamy, romantic moon.
For the Chosen Few
The Endeavour Perpetual Moon Concept Aventurine is a rare treasure, with only 50 pieces made in each of two case models: one in warm 5N red gold and another in cool steel. Each metal further magnifies the beauty of the shimmering dial, while an alligator leather strap completes the dream – black accenting the red gold model, and midnight blue paired with steel.
For the Wanderers
Powered by the HMC 801 hand-wound Manufacture calibre, and fitted with an interchangeable Moser escapement, this Endeavour has a minimum 7-day power reserve – perfectly suited to an adventurer with places to be (and galaxies far-far-away to discover). But keep an eye on those control panels, lest you swerve into an oncoming comet; this elegant example of pure poetry in watch-form is sure to leave you more than a little starstruck.