Darker than black: H. Moser & Cie. combines its ingenious double hairspring flying tourbillon with the blackest material known to man: Vantablack®. The Endeavour Tourbillon watch in white gold and Vantablack® dial is the epitome of “less is more”, where the strikingly black dial void of a logo, markers or any embellishment gives way to the hypnotic tourbillon.
dive into the technical specifications
The HMC 804 is an automatic tourbillon movement which counteracts the effects of gravity in two ways: the one-minute flying tourbillon, and the patented double hairspring where two identical hairsprings compensate for any positional errors.
Conceived to counteract the effects of gravity on the watch’s timekeeping precision, the tourbillon is a device in which the regulating organ and escapement are placed, which constantly rotates around a central axis to eliminate any positional errors.
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.
"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