H. Moser & Cie Releases Daringly Minimalist Endeavour Centre Seconds Concept Lime Green

H. Moser & Cie presents a new member of the classic Endeavour collection – the Endeavour Centre Seconds Concept Lime Green sporting a bold-faced three-hander within a compact 40mm by 11.2mm stainless steel case. 

The timepiece presents an intricate but minimalist design with a “hammered” textured gold dial and a dial base with an ingrained pattern. Three pigments of green enamel are applied and heated 12 times resulting to the signature Moser fumé dial and a Grand Feu enamel finish. This is believed to be Moser’s first textured dial using this technique. Contrary to Lange or Moritz Grossmann’s pieces, Moser did not use the tremblage method and achieved an almost topographical finish with a softer gold dial. 

The Lime Green comes in a 40mm-wide that is 11.2mm-thick, featuring the in-house automatic HMC 200 calibre finished with double-crested Moser stripes and a Straumann double hairspring done at Precision Engineering. It has a 72-hour power reserve and operates at 21,600 vph. 

Endeavour Centre Seconds Concept Lime Green (Ref. 1200-1233) is presented in a steel case with gray Kudu leather strap – priced at $27,600. 

For more information, head to h-moser.com.


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