Endeavour Centre Seconds Vantablack®
Centre Seconds Automatic
Strikingly minimalistic yet providing incredible visual depth, the Endeavour Centre Seconds Vantablack® is made using an innovative coating used in astrophysics, known as the blackest man-made material in existence. It offers even more depth with its metal hour markers applied from underneath the dial. It is further distinguished by its double hairspring, denoted by the purple second hand.
dive into the technical specifications
A special version of H. Moser & Cie.’s HMC 200 automatic manufacture movement, the blue balance bridge signifies the double hairspring, consisting of two identical balance springs that beat in opposite directions to counter any external effect on the escapement.
The centre seconds provides time in its purest form. Strikingly minimalistic, the central hand sweeps across the dial, reminding the wearer of the fleeting nature of time.
Incorporating the darkest man-made material ever made, the Vantablack® dial is made up of millions of carbon nanotubes which capture 99.965% of light photons. By limiting the light reflections, the dial gives off the impression of a black hole.
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