Romanticism and tradition.

With the Endeavor Concept Minute Repeater Tourbillon Aqua Blue, H. Moser & Cie. presents one of the most traditional watchmaking complications, combined with a magnificent flying tourbillon that performs a spinning waltz.

Paying tribute to age-old expertise in a contemporary way, the brand has launched a new minute repeater movement in a case available in titanium or 5N red gold with a diameter of 40 mm.

True to its minimalist philosophy, the manufacture reveals the complex bell mechanism for the hours, quarter and minutes on the dial side. The hammers and gongs rotate in a consummate ballet, accompanying the dance of the one-minute flying tourbillon.



Stripped of logos and indexes, the dial provides a stunning backdrop to this exquisite choreography, created from Grand Feu enamel on a hammered textured base.

Because elegance happens to be an essential element for H. Moser & Cie, the Endeavor Concept Minute Repeater Tourbillon Aqua Blue was designed to retain classic and perfectly balanced dimensions and proportions.

At six o'clock, the one-minute flying tourbillon is visible, and appears to float weightlessly above the dial. The driving force behind this unique creation is the hand-wound caliber HMC 904.

On the translucent Gran Feu enamel, each of the dials must be baked twelve times in total to create the characteristic H. Moser & Cie. fumé effect, making each watch unique. The finish is remarkable; decidedly contemporary, with a particularly striking texture and intense tone.