The Moser Venturer has seen a few generations now, but with each iteration it grows a bit more mature and restrained.
The dial remains uncluttered, while being multi-piece. Carefully applied lacquer finish gives it a depth and warmth, not usual to many minimalist watches.
The black painted Roman numerals, give the watch elegance and class and contrast nicely with the white of the dial and the blue of the hands. The blued steel leaf-shaped hands make it instantly recognizable as a Moser timepiece, but give a classic edge to the modernist design.
A lot of in house technology resides inside this watch, with the well known Moser made-and-patented “Straumann” hair springs, the first use by Moser of the silicon escape wheel and pallet fork as well. These new advanced materials making the supremely consistent HMC327 movement something of a revolution for them, requiring little to no lubrication for years between service. This is not your grandfather’s Moser!
With small seconds sub-dial subtly stepped down a layer on the dial and a white gold case, it is clear that this time piece is a precious one that subscribes to the company creed of being at once legible and “very rare.” No doubt at just 39mm x 11mm this piece makes a statement bigger then its size or price!
Model: 2327-0200. Venturer, White Gold, small seconds
Case: white gold, 39mm x 11.1mm height
Dial: enamel dial
Movement: HMC 327
Power Reserve: 36 hours +
Hands: blued steel feuille hands
Includes: watch, strap, buckle, box, I.B.
H. Moser & Cie. is unique in the watch world in that they are an audacious company with legitimate watchmaking credibility. The watch industry has a number of companies that make great watches, and there are several companies that deserve to be called audacious, but Moser is the only one in the intersection of that Venn diagram.
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