H. Moser has released three new watches, a new Minute Repeater, Venturer with VantaBlack dial and Flying Hours.
The Endeavour Flying Hours has a newly minted Cosmic Green dial with blue Globolight sub-dials crowned with Superluminova indices.
Inspired by the satellite movements of the planets, the numeric discs on the watch face rotate independently while the central sapphire disc displays the minutes within a 240 degree curve.
The next piece released is the Vantablack, the unique substance created by Nanotech scientists for use in satellites and military camouflage is the darkest material on Earth, absorbing light particles so effectively that it gives the impression of staring into outer space.
Previously exclusive to the Perpetual Moon design, the Vantablack dial on the Venturer model is set off by a streamlined case and delicate hands in red-gold.
A hand-wound HMC 327 calibre provides a three-day minimum power reserve.
The final watch is the Endeavour Concept Minute Repeater Tourbillon.
Against the minimalist gradient dial, a flying tourbillon sits behind a skeletonised bridge, where the tourbillon floats on an invisible ball-bearing for utmost accuracy.
It has 18k white-gold casing and contains 34 jewels within the mechanism.