Hands-On: The Moser Perpetual Calendar Concept Limited Edition In Steel (Live Pics, Pricing)

The case back of the Moser shows a jump year indicator.

The watch remains indistinguishably practically to the Endeavor Concept ( seen here ) yet now we have a blue fumé dial and a case made extensively lighter than any time in recent memory. On the back of the watch, you will discover the jump year marker – an absolute necessity for any cutting edge interminable – and the measured escapement unit for which Moser is known. While the Moser isn’t super finely completed like, say, a Laurent Ferrier or Voutilainen – it isn’t estimated as such either, while as yet giving some decent hand-work obvious on the caliber.

This watch, in steel, is restricted to 10 pieces, however it is accessible in gold on a non-restricted basis.

This specific watch is, as expressed, cased in treated steel – a first for the Moser QP – and it is a restricted version of only 10 pieces. Clearly, steel is a hot metal right now and that is twice as evident when lodging a complicated development, so this one will go quickly.

This unending in steel stays 40.8 mm in diameter.

Here is the 40.8 mm Endeavor Concept on my wrist, and you can see the size is perfect, if not marginally enormous for my vintage-adoring wrists. In any case, this extreme illustration of horological capability, cased in a libertarian material, is an engaging new contribution from Moser, and in the event that you need one of the 10 pieces made, we’d prompt you contact your seller pronto. Cost will be $66,000 and more here .

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