H. Moser & Cie's HMC 810 Cylindrical Tourbillon Makes Its Way Into a Vantablack Streamliner

H. Moser & Cie's HMC 810 Cylindrical Tourbillon Makes Its Way Into a Vantablack Streamliner

09/13/2021

H. Moser & Cie has graced its Streamliner with its joint HMC 810 movement that was created alongside MB&F.

Least seen in the Endeavour, the Cylindrical Tourbillon features a one-minute flying tourbillon and a cylindrical balance. Time is displayed via a small transparent sapphire dial at the 6 o’clock position. The dial is tilted at a 40-degree angle so that the time remains private for the wearer. Vantablack — the blackest material on the market — returns to fill in the rest of the watch’s main dial as the white hands and hour markers jump out when contrasted with this 99.965% light-absorbing material.

This watch is set to auction on Only Watch 2021 where proceeds will go towards the fight against Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy.

In other watch news, Audemars Piguet drops complicated new Code 11.59 and Royal Oak models.
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