Endeavour Minute Repeater
A feast for not only the eyes, but the ears as well. The Endeavour Concept Minute Repeater Tourbillon in titanium and Electric Blue dial combines the minimalistic approach H. Moser & Cie. has become known for, with the complexity of the minute repeater complication. By placing the gongs and hammers on the dial side rather than on the movement side where they are traditionally found, the wearer is invited to take part in the recital every time they pull the slide.
dive into the technical specifications
A complex interplay of cogs and gongs, the HMC 903 is a manual-winding movement composed of more than 400 parts. It integrates two of the most intricate complications in watchmaking – the minute repeater and tourbillon.
The minute repeater chimes the time with the slide of a button through an elaborate system of miniature hammers and gongs; carefully calibrated to produce a sound that is acoustically enchanting.
Adding to the inherent complexity of the minute repeater movement, the hammers and gongs had to be redesigned to allow the acoustics to flow clearly in an atypical, rectangular format. A rare and challenging feat in creating form-fitting movements.
"It offers so many wonderful technical details and yet looks so clean, so simple."
Roger Nicholas Balsiger, Honorary Chairman