VENTURER SMALL SECONDS

The Venturer Small Seconds is infused with design elements from traditional pocket watches and clever cues from the Bauhaus era of the 1920s and convex forms of the 1960s. In particular, this includes a larger bezel opening, revealing the extremely restrained and elegant H. Moser dial. 
The swallow-shaped baton hands are long and slim, expressing a dynamic character. Carefully selected features are shared with other collections, such as the crown with the Moser “M” adorning its vertical flank and the curving lines of the satin-brushed area embellishing the case middle band. The resultant design engages with an arresting presence.

REFERENCE
2327-0200
CASE MATERIAL
18K white gold
DIAL COLOUR
White lacquered
CASE BACK
See through sapphire
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Technical specifications :
Case
– Diameter: 39.0 mm – Height: 11.9 mm
Movement
– Hand-wound HMC 327 calibre
– Minimum 3-day power reserve 
– 18,000 Vib/h 
– Hacking seconds 
– Straumann© hairspring
Functions
– Hours and minutes
– Small second
– Power reserve indicator on movement side
Strap
– Black alligator 

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This Venturer Small Seconds in white gold has a unique two-level curved dial with roman numerals on the lacquered white dial, with a white gold pin buckle and a black alligator strap.

The Venturer Small Seconds with its HMC 327 movement, reaffirms H. Moser & Cie.’s renown for crafting high precision timepieces. In keeping with the clean lines of the bezel and case, the dial is convex and the hands follow this contour, according a depth and an attention to detail that grows on closer inspection.

REFINED DESIGN
The Venturer Small Seconds is infused with design elements from traditional pocket watches and clever cues from the Bauhaus era of the 1920s and convex forms of the 1960s. This includes a larger bezel opening, revealing the extremely restrained and elegant H. Moser dial. In keeping with these clean lines, the dial has a convex profile and the hands follow this contour. The baton design and the swallow-shaped hands are long and slim, expressing a dynamic character. Carefully selected features are shared with other collections, such as the crown with the Moser “M” adorning its vertical flank and the curving lines of the satin brushed area embellishing the case band. The resultant design engages with an arresting presence.