In a marked departure from its sophisticated  classic looking watches , H. Moser & Cie. earlier this year unveiled a truly vintage sports watch: the Streamliner Self-winding Flyback Chronograph. Now, during the Geneva Watch Days exhibition 2020, the Swiss watch brand releases a new evolution:   the Streamliner Center Seconds. The bold  40mm stainless steel timepiece boasts another new aspect: its Matrix Green fume dial.


H. Moser is known by collectors around the world for its magnificent fume' dials that are gradient in colormoving from light in the center of the dial  to dark on the outer edges and that are extremely rich and yet somehow iridescent. In fact, earlier this year, the brand partnered with independent watch brand MB&F to share some design aspects of each other's watchmaking. MB&F made fast use of the H. Moser & Cie. fume' dial excellence (while H. Moser & Cie. turned to MB&F's three-dimensional movements). 

Setting a benchmark standard for these dials, H. Moser regularly unveils new hues,  including raspberry and ice blue. This time, the grass-hued Matrix Green takes center stage. The dial is all about simple function, with a focus on the center seconds hand that complements the hours and minutes. The Matrix Green fume' features a sunburst pattern and applied indexes. The three-hand watch is a 40mm cushion-shaped case that recalls the watches of the 1950's. The three-dimensional hands boast inserts made of Globolight, a ceramic-based material that contains Super-LumiNova luminescence. 


The integrated bracelet of this Streamliner watch, which derives its name from the high-speed trains of the early 20thcentury,  took more than five years to develop and create to the brand's high standards of excellence and ergonomics (it is devoid of lugs). Crafted in stainless steel,  the bracelet links are nicely arched and designed to form a waved look and are finished with both brushed and polished surfaces. 

Water resistant to 120 meters, the watch is powered by the HMC 200 self-winding caliber that is designed, developed and produced in house at the brand's workshops. It is equipped with a regulating organ that is made by H. Moser's sister company, Precision Engineering AG. It offers three days of power reserve and features a domed sapphire crystal. It retails for $21,900.

The watch is the second in the Streamliner collection that was launched this past January. The first watches, the Streamliner Chronograph Automatic, marked the first time H. Moser  & Cie. built an automatic chronograph, or turned to an integrated bracelet, for that matter. It was also the first time the brand used a movement from Agenhor, but it couldn't resist because the AganGraphe chronograph movement has so much to offer. In fact, that caliber was used by both Faberge and Singer Reimagined. 


Resource: forbes.com


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H.Moser & Cie's New Streamliner Centre Seconds With Special Dial

In a marked departure from its sophisticated  classic looking watches , H. Moser & Cie. earlier this year unveiled a truly vintage sports watch: the Streamliner Self-winding Flyback Chronograph. Now, during the Geneva Watch Days exhibition 2020, the Swiss watch brand releases a new evolution:   the Streamliner Center Seconds. The bold  40mm stainless steel timepiece boasts another new aspect: its Matrix Green fume dial.


H. Moser is known by collectors around the world for its magnificent fume' dials that are gradient in colormoving from light in the center of the dial  to dark on the outer edges and that are extremely rich and yet somehow iridescent. In fact, earlier this year, the brand partnered with independent watch brand MB&F to share some design aspects of each other's watchmaking. MB&F made fast use of the H. Moser & Cie. fume' dial excellence (while H. Moser & Cie. turned to MB&F's three-dimensional movements). 

Setting a benchmark standard for these dials, H. Moser regularly unveils new hues,  including raspberry and ice blue. This time, the grass-hued Matrix Green takes center stage. The dial is all about simple function, with a focus on the center seconds hand that complements the hours and minutes. The Matrix Green fume' features a sunburst pattern and applied indexes. The three-hand watch is a 40mm cushion-shaped case that recalls the watches of the 1950's. The three-dimensional hands boast inserts made of Globolight, a ceramic-based material that contains Super-LumiNova luminescence. 


The integrated bracelet of this Streamliner watch, which derives its name from the high-speed trains of the early 20thcentury,  took more than five years to develop and create to the brand's high standards of excellence and ergonomics (it is devoid of lugs). Crafted in stainless steel,  the bracelet links are nicely arched and designed to form a waved look and are finished with both brushed and polished surfaces. 

Water resistant to 120 meters, the watch is powered by the HMC 200 self-winding caliber that is designed, developed and produced in house at the brand's workshops. It is equipped with a regulating organ that is made by H. Moser's sister company, Precision Engineering AG. It offers three days of power reserve and features a domed sapphire crystal. It retails for $21,900.

The watch is the second in the Streamliner collection that was launched this past January. The first watches, the Streamliner Chronograph Automatic, marked the first time H. Moser  & Cie. built an automatic chronograph, or turned to an integrated bracelet, for that matter. It was also the first time the brand used a movement from Agenhor, but it couldn't resist because the AganGraphe chronograph movement has so much to offer. In fact, that caliber was used by both Faberge and Singer Reimagined. 


Resource: forbes.com


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