H.Moser intensifies the vibrancy of its eye-catching fumé dials in this new Endeavour Center Seconds Concept Lime Green, which incorporates a new hammered texture dial—and nothing else but three hands.
In its 40mm steel case, the debut unveils a new high-end green finish that starts when H. Moser’s artisans create a pattern on a gold dial base. Three different color pigments are washed, crushed and applied to the base, which is then heated. Moser says that each of these dials must be fired twelve times to create their signature effect.
The Schaffhausen-based manufacture lets the new pattern speak for itself, and adds no logo or indices. All you see is a pure H. Moser classically elegant three-hand steel watch.
Inside the watch you’ll find H. Moser’s own HMC 200 automatic caliber, equipped with a regulating organ manufactured by H. Moser & Cie.’s sister company, Precision Engineering AG.
Those in the know might recognize the caliber instantly because all H. Moser watches powered by the firm’s double hairspring technology are set with a purple seconds hand, which certainly stands out against this watch’s green dial. The HMC 200 here also features a large, engraved oscillating weight and guarantees a power reserve of at least three days.
Finally, H. Moser attaches the watch to the wrist with a handsome grey kudu leather strap.