The Endeavour Flying Hours is the first watch from H. Moser & Cie to show the time using a satellite system of discs, without straying from the clean aesthetic for which the brand is known.
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As we coast into Christmas, thoughts turn to the one gift we hope to find under the tree. Here are ten fabulous timepieces you may like to add to your list, while there's still time.
With its Endeavour Tourbillon Concept, H. Moser & Cie brings out the technical and aesthetic essence of the mechanism. The Schaffhausen watchmaker chooses a minimalist approach to design, and a dial bereft of logo or indexes, to heighten the visual impact of the tourbillon. This modern rewriting of the tourbillon is also a total immersion in horological elegance. Nothing remains beyond the essential: 100% Swiss, contemporary traditional watchmaking.
Market surveys, psychological pricing studies, storytelling, situation analysis... no matter what aspect of business, brands are leaving nothing to chance. Sometimes, though, a watch appears that goes against all expectations. So what's it like, outside the comfort zone?
The growing might of e-commerce and social media is blurring geographical and functional boundaries. Who will be watch seller of the year in a decade's time: a media, an internet platform, a brand, a retailer? Some thoughts on the subject from Dubai Watch Week.
Dubai Watch Week is a rendezvous for one-off and limited-edition timepieces. While these are the watches every collector longs to own, not everyone can have the (good) fortune to enjoy them.
As watchmakers go head-to-head to see not who makes the best products, but who tells the best stories, those brands with an authentic history have the most interesting tales to tell. So make yourself comfortable, because it's storytime at Dubai Watch Week.
H. Moser & Cie returns to its Russian roots, where the Moser name quickly became equated with quality, and commemorates the centennial of the October Revolution. The Venturer XL Stoletniy Krasniy combines the visual hallmarks of the era with those of today – in iconic red.