H. Moser and MB&F Partner for Limited Edition Endeavour Cylindrical Tourbillon

Iconic Swiss watchmakers H. Moser & Cie and MB&F are collaborating on a series of limited-edition luxury timepieces perfect for those who appreciate exceptional watchmaking and also have access to near-limitless cash reserves.

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The two watchmaking brands jointly created the Endeavour Cylindrical Tourbillon that’s available in several distinct versions with 15 examples of each. This number is a nod to the 15th anniversary of MB&F as well as honouring the 15th anniversary of the H. Moser relaunch.

The Endeavour Cylindrical Tourbillon timepieces stand tall thanks to their steel case and flying tourbillon that rises above the main dial through an opening at 12 o’clock. Take a closer look and consider the flying tourbillon as essentially a work of art but the traditional canvas is replaced by a wristwatch.

H. Moser flying tourbillon watch

A reference to MB&F’s identity lies in the tilted dials, which H. Moser & Cie. has adopted for its hour and minute subdials. The dials are inclined at 40-degrees making the owner the only one who can read the time.

Under the hood, the watch runs on HMC 810 three-dimensional automatic Manufacture calibre movement, with 29 jewels and an oscillating weight in 18-carat gold for a total of 184 components and a minimum power reserve of 72 hours.

H. Moser flying tourbillon

The Endeavour features a 42mm dial made from steel and topped by 9.4mm high domed sapphire crystal. A see-through sapphire crystal caseback encourages the owner to bask in the art of watchmaking.

The strap is hand-stitched black alligator leather accompanied by a steel folding clasp engraved with the Moser logo. Available in five different versions, the Endeavour Cylindrical Tourbillon H. Moser × MB&F model comes in the buyer’s choice of Funky Blue, Cosmic Green, Burgundy, Off-White or Ice Blue dials.

There are 15 of each colour available priced at AUD$131k each. You can explore the range via the link below.

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limited edition H. Moser watch

limited edition flying tourbillon watch

swiss watchmaker flying tourbillon

flying tourbillon caseback

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