Endeavour Centre Seconds

Case material

Red Gold

Strap Material

Alligator

Dial

Midnight Blue fumé

Type

Original

Movement

Centre Seconds Automatic

Calibre

HMC 200

The epitome of contemporary elegance, the Endeavour Centre Seconds watch in red gold and Midnight Blue fumé dial combines H. Moser & Cie.’s minimalistic yet striking design with an automatic manufacture movement.

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price

CHF 19 900

reference

1200-0401

limited edition

-

variations

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dive into the technical specifications

Diametre

40.0 mm

Power reserve

72 hours

Water resistance

3 ATM

Movement

The HMC 200 movement places emphasis on the basics of time – the hours, minutes and seconds. With an incorporated automatic winding system, the HMC 200 converts the movement of your wrist into energy.

Functions

The centre seconds provides time in its purest form. Strikingly minimalistic, the centre seconds hand sweeps across the dial, reminding the wearer of the fleeting nature of time.

Highlight

Involving more than 200 steps to produce, the fumé dial incorporates a sunburst pattern with a gradient colour effect. The colour begins light in the centre, and becomes darker and deeper towards the outer edges.

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reference: 1200-0201

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reference: 1200-0200

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reference: 1200-0400

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reference: 1200-0401

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reference: 1200-1218

limited edition: 50

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reference: 1200-1213

limited edition: 100

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reference: 1200-1207

limited edition: 100

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reference: 1200-0215

limited edition: 100

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reference: 1200-0409

limited edition: 100

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reference: 1200-1220

limited edition: 50

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reference: 1200-1221

limited edition: 50

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reference: 1200-1208

limited edition: 100

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"All our watches are built here by our watchmakers, from the first to the very last step, so every watch really is a complete work of art."

Martina Egy, Deputy of Watchmaking