H. Moser & Cie strips back for its Basel complication this year, launching a minimalist perpetual calendar in deep green.
The 42mm watch is a 50-piece perpetual calendar that boasts a fumé deep green dial that sports the central hours and minutes, a power reserve indicator at the 9 o’clock, subdial for the month at the 6 and an oversized date window at the 3.
The timepiece has indexes for the hours only at 6 and 12 o’clock, as well as lacking any kind of branding you’d normally find on a luxury watch.
The white gold case houses the hand-wound HMC 800 Manufacture calibre, accounting for all the functions, including the perpetual calendar and an autonomy of 7 days.
On the reverse of the complication is the exposed movement thanks to a sapphire window, as well as an engraving of “1 of 50”.
H. Moser & Cie isn’t new to the process of creating minimalist, stripped back watches that house luxurious complications. The brand is known for creating pieces that feature no indexes at all, a statement which can be found on the brand’s latest tourbillon creation.