Clean and yet, sophisticated dial, simple functions, precious metal and design that defies conventions are what endears Swiss timepiece house H Moser & Cie to their clientele. Now, the Thai watch connoisseurs can finally experience the brand’s iconic models at Pendulum!
Established in 1828 in St Petersburg by Heinrich Moser, H Moser & Cie started as a trading company by the name H. Moser & Co. It made high-quality watches known for exquisite craftsmanship and rarity. The brand’s signature—”Very Rare”—is not confined to the quantity of timepieces produced, but also to the specific characteristics of “Schaffhausen’s little pearl,” especially the entrepreneurial spirit ingrained into the brand’s DNA since its founding is reflected in the attitude of the H. Moser management team, composed of determined individuals who enjoy taking up challenges and defying established norms. Every H. Moser & Cie. watch is also developed and expertly handcrafted in-house from start to finish.
For the brand’s inaugural launch at Thailand’s leading watch retailer Pendulum, H Moser & Cie brings to Bangkok its four iconic models: the Endeavour Flying Hours, the Endeavour Perpetual Calendar, the Pioneer Centre Seconds and the Swiss Alp Watch.
1. Endeavour Flying Hours
The Endeavour Flying Hours comes with intriguing time displays method. Its disc-based mechanism is inspired by the planetary systems that led to the birth of modern, independent watchmaking. With the house’s elegant, understated style, the Endeavour Flying Hours challenges the brand’s limit and becomes an exceptionally refined time measuring instrument.
2. Endeavour Perpetual Calendar
H Moser & Cie’s perpetual calendar is described as “the ultimate in terms of simplicity and ingenuity.” It uses a short arrow-shaped hand to indicate the month. Thanks to the Flash Calendar system, the date change happens instantaneously at midnight. The time can be adjusted forwards or backwards at any moment without any risk to the movement. This combination of exceptional solutions led the Endeavour Perpetual Calendar to be recognised at the Geneva Watchmaking Grand Prix in 2006, in the complicated watches category.
3. Pioneer Centre Seconds
Water-resistant up to 120 metres, the Pioneer Centre Seconds is easy to read in the dark thanks to the Superluminova® elements on the hands and dial.
The automatic bi-directional pawl winding system allows the watch to wound more quickly and has a minimum power reserve of 3 days. This ingenious mechanism sets the bar very high for an elegant sports watch.
4. Swiss Alp Watch
The Swiss Alp oozes modernity. It comes with rectangular case with soft, rounded corners topped by a crystal with curved edges. This highly minimal, modern look and the classic dial that reveals a deep, mysterious lustre in midnight-blue fumé is contrasted by the sophisticated luxury of the hand-stitched black alligator leather strap.
Fore more information, visit www.h-moser.com