The majority of luxury wristwatches sport elaborate complications. Often times, these are visible through a skeleton movement. Paying big bucks for a top-notch timepiece usually means that owners want to see how everything ties together intricately. However, we are also fans of minimalist designs that offer a more subdued approach to timekeeping. The H.Mosier & Cie Endeavor Perpetual Moon Concept is an understated beauty that flaunts dark new secret.
We’re not talking about the remarkable moon phase complication located on the 6 o’clock area of the wristwatch. In fact, it’s a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it innovation on the dial that appears to be intentionally missing any indices. According to the brand, the coating is actually the darkest man-made material used by the military and scientists called Vantablack. Equally important, it apparently absorbs 99.9% of light to focus your attention directly on the unlumed hands. This pairs elegantly with the black alligator leather straps
H.Mosier & Cie reveals that its lunar phase complication is exceptionally accurate that it only deviates by a day every 1027 years. Likewise, it’s something you would love to leave as a family heirloom for generations to come. The Endeavor Perpetual Moon Concept is equipped with a hand-wound HMC 801 calibre movement that touts a 7-day power reserve. Additionally, maintenance is almost effortless thanks to the brand’s interchangeable escapement system.