An independent, still run by its genius watchmaking founder, small but large enough to have a constellation of international boutiques making sales and (most importantly) service easier, financially secure: That's an ideal case and it's what Journe has ac
As the world has changed so much over the last year, is this watch from Moser possibly the perfect compromise ? No date, Independent manufacturer, modern and elegant design. The Pioneer Centre Seconds...
I recently borrowed a diamond watch from H. Moser. You can read my review below. Point being is that it really depends on who you are and what the occasion is. If you're a movie star or a music star, you can rock this watch all the time! As I have an acqu
to see the brand attempting polarisation as a marketing approach. Quirks as these "erasers" can at best be amusing but more likely to lower the prestige of horological pedigree that takes a brand, years to establish. If any, I see these antics to be more
As some others have pointed out, this year in particular has been a pretty special year for green. Maybe it's symbolic of a fresh start and revitalisation worldwide - but it's pretty incredible how so many companies have joined the green scheme with such
This watch a collaboration with an artist, so there’s some irreverence going on, but I actually find it to be socially relevant, given that people are spending millions on NFTs (exhibit A: the highly anticipated Tiger King NFT auction). I don’t own a Mose
What I can definitely say: my Moser Endeavor Perpetual Calendar Purity with its very, very dark black-blue dial is significantly less reflective than the one Vantablack model I saw. Nevertheless: your Vantablack Diamonds watch is a marvel and gem and look
I have put in a question with the good people at Moser. But I strongly believe that the Moser timepiece here has no anti-reflective coating. Generally, considering how absorbing that Vantablack dial is, I don't see a real need for an anti-reflective coati