It’s All About the Hands on This Minimalist Perpetual Calendar Watch

  • The H. Moser Endeavour Perpetual Calendar Concept is a provocative study in minimalist design.

Like its predecessors in the Endeavour collection from H. Moser & Cie., the H. Moser Endeavour Perpetual Calendar Concept (h-moser.com) is a provocative study in minimalist design. No indices or numerals—save for the instantaneous date and an almost invisible indication of the months—crowd the dial of the $66,000 watch, which is shown here in white gold with a kudu-leather strap. The new timepiece is stylistically spare in the manner of last year’s time-only Endeavour Centre Seconds Concept, but it stands apart for its incorporation of the innovative perpetual-calendar movement that Andreas Strehler designed for H. Moser 10 years ago.

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