VENTURER SMALL SECONDS XL

With its pure lines, curved hands, glass and dial, and offset small seconds, the Venturer collection has a unique DNA and an individual identity. Launched in 2014, this family quickly became one of the brand’s flagship models.
The Schaffhausen-based manufacture is introducing the Venturer Small Seconds XL model with a 43.0 mm diameter which retains the proportions of the original Venturer Small Seconds. This is a young and funky version, a reminder that H. Moser & Cie. creates watches that follow the rules of Haute Horlogerie; traditional without being too proper, with an unmissable aesthetic that looks nothing like a watch your grandfather would wear. Classic timepieces that are never dull, elegant with a hint of sexiness, refined with just a hint of irreverence.

REFERENCE
2327-0203
CASE MATERIAL
18K white gold
DIAL COLOUR
Funky blue
CASE BACK
See through sapphire
Variations
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Technical specifications :

Case 
– Diameter: 43.0 mm – Height: 12.6 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
– Beige kudu leather

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Featuring a funky blue dial with sunburst pattern, this Venturer Small Seconds XL has a hand-stitched beige kudu leather strap and a white gold pin buckle to its white gold case. 

VENTURER SMALL SECONDS XL EDITION

H. Moser & Cie. loves to play with contrasts. To a timepiece which draws its inspiration from the company's historic models and features an exquisitely vintage design, the manufacture has added a modern, electric blue dial and a sturdy, rugged leather strap, typical of a watch built for adventure.

HACKING SECONDS

The incorporation of a Hacking Seconds into our watches 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 it starts moving again the instant the crown is pushed in, to coincide with a time signal.