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User-Generated Launch of the Pioneer by H. Moser & Cie. #PIONEERTOUR

Reaffirming its practices of approachability and reactivity on digital media in a way that is unheard of among the majority of established watch brands, H. Moser & Cie. puts the international online watch community at the core of its latest product launch with the Pioneer Tour, where its newest sporty-chic creation – the Pioneer Centre Seconds Funky Blue Black Edition – has been entrusted to the international community of watch-lovers and Moser fans, where the watch is travelling the world from one wrist to another in an uncharted odyssey. A Community Driven Adventure Instead of an elaborate launch event or star-studded campaign, H. Moser & Cie. has taken an innovative approach to launch its latest sporty-chic creation, the Pioneer Centre...

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Ulysse Nardin Xplores Daring Materials To Adorn Its Four New Executive Free Wheel Limited Editions

The Ulysse Nardin’s Executive Tourbillon Free Wheel is a poem of mechanical mastery, a symphony of aesthetic artistry and a highly functional work of art. A tour de force in mechanical watchmaking, the Free Wheel has a fantastically futuristic movement that makes it the Swiss watch manufacture’s most refined and audacious timepiece to date. Today, Ulysse Nardin gives a new shine to its Executive Free Wheel by using four daring materials on its dial and barrel cover, making it a visual feast for the watch connoisseur. Manufactured in a limited edition of just 18 timepieces for each design, each watch is as unique as its wearer. OSMIUM: A CELESTIAL TABLEAU With a dial made from osmium - which is not...

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A Dual Window Display for the New Perpetual Calendar from H. Moser & Cie.

For the first time in its history, H. Moser & Cie. has created a perpetual calendar with two windows displaying the date and month. The aim of this development is to offer optimal legibility in the brand's sportiest line: Pioneer. The Pioneer Perpetual Calendar MD features a steel case water-resistant to 120 metres, enabling it to display the time under any conditions, whether on land or underwater. A practical, wearable perpetual calendar for everyday heroes.In 2015, H. Moser & Cie. launched the Pioneer collection. This contemporary collection, imbued with a pioneering, adventurous spirit, was the obvious choice to accommodate the brand's new perpetual calendar with dual window display. A stylish creation with two large windows to display the date and...

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Freelancer Calibre RW1212

In 2017, RAYMOND WEIL meticulously developed an exclusive in-house movement produced by the manufacturer Sellita. Paying tribute to the brand’s Swiss origins, RAYMOND WEIL named this movement Calibre RW1212. It is a nod to the postal code of the company’s global headquarters, Grand-Lancy. The movement is a testament to over 40 years of the finest Swiss watch-making traditions and expertise. It was only fitting that this automatic movement be housed in collection that is forward and unconfined. That is why the freelancer Calibre RW1212 collection allows you to see below the surface, with a view of the balance wheel at 6 o’clock. It is a window into the core traditions that make RAYMOND WEIL tick. Today, RAYMOND WEIL announces two...

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Freelancer Evolution - The New Half-Moon Opening Date Window

Discover the evolution of RAYMOND WEIL’s freelancer. An integral part of the core collection from the luxury Swiss watchmaker, freelancer surprises again in 2019 with a modern twist. Handmade in Geneva with care, these two new 42mm models feature a striking half-moon opening date window – a centrepiece in this bold masterpiece. First launched in 2007, the freelancer collection contains the perfect timepiece for those looking for a classic wrist watch with an urban twist. Now, RAYMOND WEIL’s two latest models have been reinvented to highlight this distinctive half-moon opening that tracks the date monthly in a crescent shape. The 42mm variations feature RAYMOND WEIL’s mechanical self-winding RW4250 movement, with a small second hand at 6 o’clock. Made for both...

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H. Moser & Cie. Supports Only Watch with a Unique Vantablack Timepiece

H. Moser & Cie. is proud to join the fight against Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy by participating for the third time in the Charity Auction organised by the Monegasque Association against Muscular Dystrophy through the Only Watch campaign. To mark the occasion, the Schaffhausen-based Manufacture has created a unique piece, in a poetic tribute to the lunar body: The Endeavour Perpetual Moon Concept Only Watch. The dial on this model is made from Vantablack®, a super-black coating that holds the world record as the darkest man-made substance. It is composed of carbon nanotubes that are vertically aligned next to each other and is capable of absorbing 99.965% of light. Fascinating and mysterious, the Endeavour Perpetual Moon Concept Only Watch reinterprets the...

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The Pioneer Centre Seconds Funky Blue Black Edition Goes on a World Tour

Pioneer by name, Pioneer by nature, the Pioneer Centre Seconds Funky Blue Black Edition is a watch with wanderlust. Sapphire to the wrist, oceanic Funky Blue fumé to the sky, its technical specifications make it a worldly travel companion. Packed like a pro in a slick yet sturdy case of jet black DLC (Diamond-Like-Carbon) steel, this adventurous beauty is ‘gearing up’ to accompany real-life Pioneers around the world for a whole year. A very special launch for a very special watch: The Pioneer Tour For the launch of one of their boldest watches yet, H. Moser & Cie. has gone a little bit wild. To understand the marvel that is the Pioneer Centre Seconds Funky Blue Black Edition, they want...

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Australia welcomes Pomellato featuring Alexia Petsinis

With a penchant for modern silhouettes and unconventional explosions of colour, Australia joins luxury fashion and lifestyle writer and friend of the brand, Alexia Petsinis, in officially welcoming Pomellato to the market. Now available in leading retailers including David Jones, Dracakis Jewellers and Aurum Jewels, women of all ages are invited to discover Pomellato’s iconic collections, including Nudo, Iconica and M’ama non M’ama. Whether it be a glinting blue topaz Nudo Classic ring, a delicate rose gold Sabbia bracelet, or a pair of striking peridot M’ama non M’ama earrings (or everything at all at once!), Australia’s fine jewellery landscape celebrates the arrival of a brand exemplifying a revolutionary approach to craftsmanship and creativity. Pomellato’s presence in Australia marks a significant...

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An Explosive Lava Red Carbon Fibre Skeleton Watch Unveiled at Cannes Film Festival

Xplosion on your wrist. Ulysse Nardin has chosen the 2019 Cannes Film Festival as the ideal location to introduce the Skeleton X Magma, an Xplosive carbon-fibre tour-de-force. With the weather heating up and temperatures rising, the timing is perfect for the revealing of UN’s newest proof of unequalled technical virtuosity. A supernova in its own right, the Skeleton Magma X has easily found its place on the red carpet among the glittering stars of the silver screen. Made from a seismic combination of ultra-light carbon fibre and red, marbled epoxy resin each Skeleton X Magma is unique. Stripped down to its essential components like a high-end race car, it is ultra-light and streamlined. With its magnificent technical features fully exposed,...

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Heritage Tourbillion Funky Blue: A Modern Symbol of H. Moser & Cie. Heritage

As soon as visitors set foot in Charlottenfels Castle, built by Heinrich Moser in 1854 for his wife, Charlotte Mayu, they are overwhelmed by a sense of wonder at the elegance and sobriety of the high-ceilinged rooms and the unobstructed view of the Rhine and the town of Schaffhausen. Here, 150 years ago, Heinrich Moser delighted in creating and designing. Today, the Moser family museum can be found on the first floor of this magnificent abode, which exhibits items belonging to Heinrich Moser and recounts his life through his creations and works. Naturally, many of the objects on display are watches, which tell the history of the brand from 1828 to today. It is from these pieces, and particularly those...

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