H. Moser & Cie’s Streamliner continues to evolve, this time in its first gem-set variation as part of a collaboration with Swiss retailer, Bucherer.
The Streamliner was introduced in 2020, coming at a time when brands were racing to introduce their own stainless steel sports watches hoping to mop up demand for waiting list overspill for pieces from Rolex, Patek Philippe and Audemars Piguet.
But Swiss independent brand’s entry had already been in development for a number of years and clearly sat at the other end of the spectrum to such knee-jerk debuts, with a carefully considered and, above all, original design.
Since its quickly sold-out introduction, H. Moser & Cie has wasted no time in expanding the Streamliner offering to create a fully-fledged family, with time-only, central chronograph, perpetual calendar, a streetwear collaboration and, most recently, full-gold tourbillon references.
The latest reference – with 40mm stainless steel case set with blue baguette-cut sapphires and grey fumé dial – has been created as part of watch and jewellery retailer Bucherer’s Bucherer BLUE collection of exclusive collaborations. The watch – out now via Bucherer – features a flying tourbillon with double hairspring and is limited to 18 pieces, priced $119,900 USD.
The Streamliner was one of three new pieces to join the Bucherer BLUE including the $167,000 USD Girard-Perregaux Tourbillon with Three Flying Bridges Bucherer BLUE and the $34,000 USD L’Epée 1839 Time Fast Bucherer BLUE.
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