ENDEAVOUR CONCEPT TOURBILLON MINUTE REPEATER

A twirling minute repeater with a flying tourbillon, highlighting the “ballet dance” performed by the complex mechanism to chime the hours: on the Endeavour Concept Minute Repeater Tourbillon from H. Moser & Cie., the two chimes and the hammers on the minute repeater can be admired on the dial side. A timepiece which appeals to the ears and the eyes. Proposing a return to the essential, the Schaffhausen-based Manufacture showcases the beauty of this complication with a purist approach, giving us the opportunity to admire the choreography of the hammers and chimes on a black lacquered dial stripped of both logo and indices, creating a striking contrast between the dial and the metal elements. An ambitious technical development for the 14th calibre produced by the brand since 2005.

REFERENCE
1903-0200
CASE MATERIAL
Solid 18-carat white gold
DIAL COLOUR
Black lacquered
CASE BACK
See through sapphire
Variations
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BASE_1903-0200
Technical specifications :

Case
– Diameter: 43.0 mm/height: 14.0 mm
Dial
– Hammers and chimes on dial side
– Leaf-shaped hour and minute hands
Movement
– Hand-wound HMC 903 calibre 
– Frequency: 21,600 Vib/h
– Power reserve: minimum 90 hours 
– Double Moser stripes on the plate and bridges 
– Movement and components hand-finished and decorated 
– One-minute flying tourbillon at 6 o’clock with skeletonised bridge
– Minute repeater
Functions
– Hours and minutes 
– Minute repeater with hour, quarter-hour and minute chimes
Strap 
– Hand-stitched black alligator leather with red lining
– 18-carat solid white gold pin buckle engraved with the Moser logo