Let’s put chimes and hammers of the minute repeater right on the dial. And don’t forget the flying tourbillon!
Swiss brand continues to re-design classical complications and fit them in a trademark minimalistic and highly meaningful layout. This time it’s all about the minute repeater. Of course, there’s a stunning flying tourbillon at 6 o’clock making a full spin once a minute, however the biggest horological trick here are the gongs and hammers put on the dial side. You can hear and actually see them chiming hours, quarter-hours and minutes while the watch is on your wrist. And it’s quite a view, thanks to the pure nothingness of a black lacquered dial stripped of both logo and indices.
To create a new hand-wound HMC 903 caliber with a 90 hours of power reserve, the guys at H. Moser & Cie. worked together with minute repeater specialists from MHC Manufactures Hautes Complications SA. The 43.0 mm round case is made of white gold as well as leaf-shaped hour and minute hands. The watch has a see-through sapphire crystal case back and comes on a black alligator strap. The production is limited to 10 pieces.