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H.Moser & Cie. Venturer Big Date

The Venturer Big Date continues H.Moser & Cie.’s commitment to legibility, featuring a seamless-integrated, extra-large date. With these new references in white gold, the watch sets this date window in a lacquered white dial with Roman numerals.

Venturer Big Date

Despite its refined look, the accent is on comfort and practicality inside and out: this watch features the Flash Calendar system which has brought the Manufacture’s date movements recognition. Clean lines, a curved profile with a convex sapphire crystal, an extremely refined bezel that opens up the dial completely and the off-center small seconds at 6 o’clock: the Venturer Big Date remains faithful to the design.

HMC 100

Gently curved, the dials are set off by a precise bezel and finished with a convex crystal. The leaf-shaped hands are made from blued steel on the version with the lacquered white dial, highlighting the classic tone of the piece. The watch is placed on a black alligator leather strap.

The HMC 100 hand-wound, in-house Caliber guarantees up to 10 days power reserve, thanks to the double barrel. Featuring the Flash Calendar mechanism, this ensures an instantaneous date-change at midnight. It also enables the date to be adjusted forward or backward at any time using the crown, even if the date is in the process of changing, without risk of damaging the movement.

The watch is priced at $33,000 in white gold and $29,000 in red gold.

Venturer Big Date

About H. Moser & Cie.
What makes an H. Moser & Cie. timepiece extraordinary and rare is a combination of three things. First, H. Moser & Cie. is an independent, Swiss, family-run business which believes in challenging the norm. This is nothing new as H. Moser & Cie. has a long history of entrepreneurial spirit. Second, all of its movements are manufactured in-house. Every H. Moser & Cie. builds is finished by hand, hence why they make very few watches. Third, they make ingenious products. Their watches house unique features and their complications are simple and functional. These combined, H. Moser & Cie. timepieces are truly exceptional and very rare.

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