H. Moser is (quietly) one of our number one little brands that doesn’t get almost sufficient love in the amazing scheme of things. They’re the OTHER incredible watchmaker in Schaffhausen, and produce under 1200 watches each year, all completely in-house. They are experiencing a bit of a redevelopment process right now with a new owner and some new lines, including the Nomad we showed you at Basel this year . Just today, we are glad to show you some new restricted release pieces in their current lines with exquisite fumé dials. Each piece will be made in only 20 examples, and full subtleties are here:
MAYU Small Second: 16'470 USD
This is Moser’s benchmark watch, and seemingly perhaps the most intriguing watches under $20,000. It utilizes Moser’s fantastic (and enormous!) in-house type HMC 321 that you can see below. Once more, just 20 of these will be made in a palladium case with this dial.
MONARD Center Second: 21'960 USD
Next we have the Monard with direct focus seconds for the individuals who prefer a somewhat cleaner dial.
Unending Calendar: 54'000 USD
Finally, we have the 20 piece restricted version interminable schedule from Moser, ostensibly the watch that put this company on the map. One of the most astute perpetuals available, this watch is a top choice among watch gatherers the world over for its oversimplified show and sensible price. Take a gander at the back here:
If you want to get familiar with H. Moser, visit their authority website here . We’ll have more on them in the coming months.