As H. Moser & Cie. continues to explore the calendar complication for its time-telling collections with the newly unveiled Endeavour Chinese Calendar.
Crafted in collaboration with Agenhor SA, the limited-edition timepiece is touted by its makers as a testament to precision engineering. Spotlighted on its midnight blue fumé and sunburst dial are the Chinese lunisolar calendar and solar-only Gregorian calendar. The two calendar displays are incorporated in a symmetrical layout, with the Chinese zodiac of the year on view alongside its moon phases under the 12 o’clock mark.
The striking dial is housed inside a 40mm watch case made of 5N red gold. Inside, the HMC 210 automatic caliber beats at a rate of 21,600 vibrations every hour, powering the time-teller with a power reserve of three days. The movement is geared with a solid 18K gold oscillating weight, complete with an Original Straumann® hairspring, and is finished with Moser’s iconic stripes. Accompanying this stunning timepiece is a brown alligator strap with hand-stitched details and a matching 5N red gold folding clasp.
Priced at 68,000 CHF (approximately $75,572 USD), the Endeavour Chinese Calendar is released in a limited run of 100 pieces and is currently open for inquiry via Moser’s official website and boutiques.
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