An extremely wearable perpetual calendar, designed to elegantly display the time under any circumstances, both on land and in water: introducing the Pioneer Perpetual Calendar. Water-resistant to 120 metres, it is the first complication of its kind which is truly suited to everyday wear, thanks to its highly durable case. Pioneer Perpetual Calendar: the all-terrain perpetual calendar.
– Diameter: 42.8 mm – Height (without sapphire crystal): 11.3 mm
– Hand-wound HMC 800 calibre
– Minimum 7-day power reserve
– 18,000 Vib/h
– Hacking seconds
– Double barrel
– Straumann© hairspring
– Interchangeable H. Moser & Cie. escapement
– Hours and minutes, small second
– Perpetual calendar with date and month
– Big date display
– Month indicator via central hand
– Power reserve indicator
– Leap year cycle indicator on movement side
– Black rubber
Encased in a crafted nine-part, light- frame case in red gold and titanium, with a ardoise fumé dial and a sunburst pattern, this Pioneer Perpetual Calendar has a black rubber or black alligator strap and a solid titanium pin buckle.
PIONEER PERPETUAL CALENDAR
The industrial vision championed by Heinrich Moser on his return to his hometown Schaffhausen is the inspiration for the Pioneer Collection. Resolutely sporty and functional, it is a watch compatible with the demands of an uncompromising lifestyle with this powerfully masculine yet refined design.
The Pioneer Perpetual Calendar is not only water- resistant to 12 bar, and helpful in the dark with the Superluminova® elements on the hands and dial, but it is also an ingenious perpetual calendar.
PERPETUAL FLASH CALENDAR
Our Perpetual Calendar is best known for its simple design. It shows only the time, date, month and power reserve.
It compensates mechanically for the differing number of days in the months, hence the name perpetual. The sapphire crystal case-back reveals the H. Moser Perpetual Calendar movement as well as the leap year cycle. The remarkable design of the Perpetual Calendar is possible in part due to the ingenious display for the month: this short central arrow hand uses the 12 hour indices to indicate the month. The H. Moser big date display is also very rare in that it is a flash calendar, generating the power to change the date in a fraction of a second.