Endeavour Perpetual Moon
Inspired by the endless abyss of the night sky, the Endeavour Perpetual Moon watch in steel and Aventurine dial counters one of the most complex complications in watchmaking with H. Moser & Cie.’s ultra-minimalistic “concept” design. A truly breathtaking occasion for both the wearer and the admirer.
dive into the technical specifications
The HMC 801 is a hand-wound movement sporting a perpetual moon complication. The exact moon phase can be admired from above thanks to a window at 6 o’clock.
Behind its minimalistic moon phase display is one of the most precise mechanisms on the market. After a simple adjustment with a small pin, the watch will accurately depict the phases of the moon with one day’s deviation every 1’027 years.
Mimicking the infinite sparkle of a starry night sky, Aventurine is a man-made mineral glass. When placed under light, the incorporated shards of metals sparkle like the countless stars in the heavens above.
"Moser is a small company, but we make a huge variety of components to a very high standard, using a wide range of processing technology."
Simon Blum, Head of Component Production