Endeavour Perpetual Calendar
Tantalum & Steel
Abyss Blue fumé “Grand Feu” enamel
In shades of anthracite and blue, this Endeavour Perpetual Calendar revisits H. Moser & Cie.’s emblematic complication in a visually striking manner. Combining tantalum, a stable and durable metal with a unique hue that’s exceedingly difficult to machine and polish with the ancestral technique of “grand feu” enamelling, a new dimension of vibrant colours and textures embellish world’s most intuitive and legible perpetual calendar watch.
dive into the technical specifications
The HMC 800 is a uniquely simple and award-winning manual-winding Perpetual Calendar movement, where the calendar mechanism is an integral part of the movement rather than a modular add-on.
Rather than inundate the dial with windows, this perpetual calendar uses a small hand in the centre and the 12 indices to represent the month. Additionally, the date and month can be set forwards or backwards at any time, without risk to the movement.
Lending a new dynamic to the traditional art form of enamelling with the use of a pattern engrained, as if hammered, onto a gold base and four different colour pigments that are melded together. The result is a textured and perfectly mastered fumé aesthetic for a captivatingly contemporary finish.
"It’s actually one of the main reasons I wanted to work for Moser. To me, it’s the best Perpetual Calendar out there."
Andreas Albert, Head of Assembling & Adjustment (Precision Engineering)