H. Moser & Cie is not well-known, despite the fact that they create some of the nicest watches out there. You can discover one of their newer models by clicking "Read More".
As you may remember I made a post about H. Moser and Cie a number of weeks ago. Since then they have released more pictures of their newest watch, the Perpetual Calendar Black Edition. The movement is made in house and is common among all of their perpetual calendar watches. It has an impressive set of stats from the company that recently emerged mainly because of this watch. Featuring a 7 day power reserve and a gorgeous hand wound movement (seen below) this watch is going to be extremely popular. However, unlike most watches in this collection the case is made out of titanium rather than gold. There is, in addition, a leap year indicator in the movement side (also seen below). There is so much to talk about with this watch that I could write four more paragraphs but I won't. The movement is so complex and the design, although it is used (to a certain extent) on most H. Moser and Cie watches is so gorgeous that the Perpetual Calendar Black Edition is (at least in my opinion) the watch that will make this company famous. To find more information on this watch you should visit the H. Moser and Cie website. This may be the best looking watch the company has made since their founding in 1828!
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