Enchanting, refreshing and striking. This 42.8mm steel timepiece features a Blue Lagoon fumé adorned with a with sunburst pattern. The anthracite grey applied hour markers are topped with Super-LumiNova dots, while the hands are overlaid with strips of Globolight. The brand’s transparent logo is discreetly displayed at 12 o’clock. The calibre proudly displays a large engraved oscillating weight, while its bridges and mainplate are adorned with the emblematic Moser double stripes.
Designed to brave extremes, this 42mm creation reinterprets the original model. The redesigned case and bracelet feature new aesthetic lines. The dial is graced with a white lacquered finish on which the hour-markers and the hours, minutes and seconds hands are distinguished by a matt finish, along with a flamboyant orange 24-hour hand. The movement beating inside is a distillation of technical expertise ensuring increased robustness and precision as well as a 70-hour power reserve.
Whether underwater or on land, this timepiece is a companion for adventure enthusiasts. The steel case features yellow gold rotating bezel topped by a dark blue ceramic insert. The dial colour appears to emerge from the depths of the ocean, while gold accents add a glowing touch. The hands, numerals and hour-markers are coated with Super-LumiNova and guarantee optimal legibility. Hours, minutes, seconds and date displays mark off time with resolute accuracy.
Framed by a 44mm red gold case, this creation features an entrancing night sky. A majestic marble and aventurine moon – the largest ever integrated into a wristwatch – alternates gracefully between light and dark sides as its phases change. The extremely understated off-centre dial at 12 o’clock faithfully accompanies this nocturnal ballet, while the movement with its 90-hour power reserve is visible through the sapphire crystal caseback.
Produced for the first time in a 38mm version, this sporty and elegant timepiece endowed with undeniable qualities accompanies its owner in style. Water-resistant to 300 meters, it beats to the rhythm of the Powermatic calibre with a Nivachron balance-spring. The Super-LumiNova-coated hands and hour-markers appearing on the black dial ensure perfect legibility. The unidirectional emerald green aluminium bezel is complemented by a two-tone steel bracelet with gold-toned PVD-treated links.
A genuine invitation to adventure, this 42.5mm timepiece cultivates a racy, sporty, technical and urban look. Its carbon case gives it a matt, raw yet meticulously crafted appearance. Its hands and hour-markers are coated with Super-LumiNova, while its outer minute track exudes strong character. Equipped with a COSC movement, this creation is available in orange, silver-coloured, black, navy blue, yellow and turquoise versions, complemented by a black or tone-on-tone rubber strap.
For the first time, the emblematic diver’s watch comes with an exterior in high-tech ceramic, the company’s signature material. The monobloc case is water-resistant to 300 metres and enlarged to 43mm. Transparency and legibility are ensured by a black-tinted sapphire crystal dial topped by a convex glass dome. The hour-markers and hands are coated with Super-LumiNova. The skeletonised R734 calibre, equipped with a Nivachron balance-spring, ensures an 80-hour power reserve for this model available in four versions.
This creation features a perpetual calendar with contemporary accents. Housed in a rose gold case, the various elements are orchestrated with elegance and lightness. The month indication takes the form of a rotating ring on the periphery of the silver-toned dial. This composition is complemented by a large date, a retrograde day display and a leap-year indication. At 7 o’clock, the moon phase and day/night indicator set a refined finishing touch to this model.
This timepiece with its 65-hour power reserve displays a carefully orchestrated modernity. Its 46mm titanium case catches the eye through the convex curve of the bezel and crystal. The flying tourbillon (9 o’clock), GMT (3 o’clock) and hour-markers equipped with massive blocks of Super-LumiNova highlight the aesthetic balance of the model. The right-hand pushers simplify dual-time setting, while the powerfully structured openworked dial provides glimpses of a sunburst pink gold disc.
Mechanical ingenuity is revealed through an extremely pared-down style. The slender white gold case reveals essentials by highlighting the visible double balances oscillating in resonance. The hand-engraved hours/minutes subdial features a time curve punctuated by a discreet railtrack-type scale, while small seconds appear at 7 o’clock. The in-house movement is equipped with two independent regulation systems connected by a resonance spring. Limited edition of three.
This piece brings a shimmering touch of colour to the collection. Its bronze case will naturally acquire an authentic patina over time. Anodised garnet for the unidirectional rotating bezel with 60-minute graduation, scarlet lacquer for the sporty dial and a brown or black strap around the wrist... The subtle nuances are carefully matched in a refined manner. Available in a 999-piece limited edition, this distinctive creation is intended for the gentleman adventurer both on land and at sea.
This reinterpretation is inspired by the original 1946 model. The classic design of the 42mm steel case is adorned with a shimmering pink gold coating. Its sunburst brushed dial features two circular guilloché counters, as well as tachymeter and telemeter scales. The cathedral-type hours and minutes hands are blued, while the seconds hand sweeps over the enlarged, luminous Arabic numerals. This limited edition beats to the rhythm of a self-winding calibre.
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