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Pitch Perfect

Our Endeavour Concept Minute Repeater Tourbillon is a real triple threat, hitting all the right notes and nailing every step. The sex appeal doesn’t hurt, either.

Super Hear-o

We’re not sure if the Endeavour Concept Minute Repeater Tourbillon is more Bruce Wayne or Batman– but it would certainly suit any heroic incarnation. With hammers and gongs visible on the dial above an exquisitely complex tourbillon at 6 o’clock, the superpower of this unique design is to make time both seen and heard. A minute repeater nods to watchmaking traditions of the past, while it’s presentation is sleek and luxurious enough to impress even Catwoman.

Music To The Eras

One of most historic complications in watchmaking, the minute repeater lets you hear the time with a simple flick of a switch. This innovative rendition of the repeater places both the tonal gongs and hammers on the dial side, revealing the intricacy usually confined to the case back. By integrating additional space for a ‘sound box’ on the watch interior, we achieve a beautifully pure acoustic resonance for the chime note. So if your hands are full rescuing kittens from a burning building, never fear: minute repeater to the rescue.

Tiny Dancer

Against the minimalist gradient dial, a magnificent flying tourbillon twirls with delicately choreographed motion. The balletic grace of this complex mechanism is visible behind a skeletonised bridge, where the tourbillon floats on an invisible ball-bearing for utmost accuracy. No detail of this finely-tuned beauty is overlooked, from the 18k white-gold casing, to the 34 jewels within the mechanism, the original Straumann Spiral©, and a hand-stitched black alligator leather strap. Whether in the Batcave, the Dragon’s Den or the Four Seasons, this marvel of ingenuity rings every bell.



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Martina Egy

Meet Martina Egy– with her famously dexterous fingers all but permanently attached to a pair of specialised tweezers, our deputy head of watchmaking is a perpetual calendar whizz, and a real artist of engineering. Her quiet exterior belies an inner passion– much like the impeccable watches she creates. 

Vantablack® Beauty: Meet the Endeavour Tourbillon Concept Vantablack®.

If you’re a true Moser Pioneer (aka you’ve been following Pioneer Chronicles for a while), you’re probably familiar with the modern miracle that is Vantablack®. But our latest creation, a Concept design that’s minimal enough to be mistaken for modern art yet ambitious enough for an astronaut, is flying to new heights. 

Chapter Four
Keeping the Legacy Alive – Moser in the World of Watchmaking Today

In Chapter Four, we discuss what a time-travelling Heinrich would make of Moser’s revival, and the world of Swiss watchmaking today. Mr. Balsiger explains why Social Responsibility is a watch-word both behind the scenes and on the public stage at Moser. And why a timepiece covered in moss is making headlines. You can also catch up with Chapters One to Three here. 

Stephan Christ

One of only 60 Spring-Masters in the world, you might imagine Stephan Christ would be somewhat ‘tightly-wound’. In fact, his impressive patience is the stuff of legend. Stephan takes precision to the next level, tuning the details of the details and minutiae so fine you’d think his fingers were made by fairies. But don’t be fooled–mention ‘dust’ and you’ll see a sterner side of Mr. Christ.

A Guide to Gilding the Lily

What’s the equation for improving on perfection? If you’ve joined us before on Pioneer Chronicles, you’ll know that we don’t just produce our own movements – unlike most watch brands, we also make our own escapements and hairsprings.  (It’s been said we’re ‘very rare’.)

Chapter Three
Turning the Tide – Moser and the Revival of Schaffhausen

In Chapter Three, we discover the many contributions Heinrich made to his hometown of Schaffhausen.  From miniscule watchwork to revolutionary railways, there was no project too big or too small for Mr. Moser. Not even putting bread on the table. You can also catch up with Chapters One and Two here. 

Simon Blum

Simon maintains Moser’s impeccable standards–from the hundreds of individual, unique parts to the final finishing touches. Guardian of our watches’ inner lives, he’s a bit like a conductor, directing an orchestra of components and ensuring every single piece is beautiful both inside and out.

Magic Numbers – Our Big Date Display is a wonder to behold

Quite possibly the largest display from a single window ever seen on a watch, our signature Moser oversized date function ensures that you’ll never miss the dawning of Venus’ trine with a Jupiter-Pluto conjunction – whether that means taking out your NASA-style telescope and a star-mapping app, or making a bold romantic gesture to the object of your affections.

Dress Code: Black and White

Opposites attract in our new Venturer Concept Vantablack® Diamonds. As the saying goes, there’s no light without the dark – and when 313 brilliant diamonds encounter a dial that’s blacker than any on Earth, we’re inclined to agree. Meet the seductive, sparkling beauty that’s earning a name on every circuit – from the Ritz to the Riviera.

Drawing the future: two unique timepieces created by children, benefitting children

To celebrate our ongoing partnership with the remarkable organisation ‘Room to Read’, we’ve created two unique and enchanting timepieces. But they’re not just artistic gems – these watches will play an important role in our continued support for literacy projects around the world, championing education as a force for good.