Following H. Moser & Cie.’s unveiling of a Smoked Salmon Streamliner in April, the watchmaker is expanding the collection with a new iteration of its award-winning chronograph — the Streamliner Flyback Chronograph Automatic version 2.0.
While the new watch remains faithful in keeping many of its predecessor’s qualities, it’s now updated with Moser’s new transparent lacquer logo. Encased in steel with a diameter of 42.3mm, the timepiece arrives in its signature cushion-shape silhouette and is paired with an integrated bracelet that embraces the Maison’s minimalistic and fluid aesthetics. In spite of its expressive and bold-hued Funky Blue fumé dial, the watch emphasizes on legibility with a subtle minute track, and a tachymeter on its flange, complete with sleek hour and minute hands.
For its technical specifications, the chronograph runs on the AGENHOR-developed HMC 907 self-winding calibre, fitted with a tungsten oscillating weight between the dial and the movement. It’s also capable of offering a minimum of 72-hour power reserve as well as 12 ATM water resistance.
“The Streamliner draws a connection between our history, which dates back almost 200 years, and a very promising future, “ explains Edouard Meylan, the CEO of H. Moser & Cie. He also adds, “Since we acquired the brand in 2012, we have increased annual production fivefold and turnover eightfold, and our profitability as a group greatly exceeds that of the average Swiss watch company. The Streamliner collection has been a formidable boost, but we are taking care to maintain a balance between our four lines, each of which has its own personality and characteristics”.
Limited to 100 pieces, the Streamliner Flyback Chronograph Automatic Funky Blue 2.0 model is priced at 45,000 CHF (approximately $49,428 USD). Visit Moser’s official website to inquire about its availability.
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