At Watches and Wonders 2024, Swiss watchmaker Moser debuted a time-only Streamliner with a skeletonized motion that places the model’s many skills on show.

The Streamliner Tourbillon Skeleton Double Hairspring is available in a 40 mm x 12.1 mm cushion case with a singular no-lugs built-in bracelet construction and a tapered bracelet with distinctive arcs that observe the wrist curves leading to an attention-grabbing and ergonomic design. Moser says the bracelet is, “Extremely advanced in development, this bracelet has extraordinarily fluid traces based mostly on natural types. “

With such a bespoke case and bracelet, Moser naturally wanted one thing particular inside, and the caliber HMC 814 doesn’t disappoint. From the totally skeletonized (see-through) 32 mm x 5.5 mm motion, the bizarre computerized bi-directional pawl winding system, the totally skeletonized gold oscillating weight, the original double hairspring (which improves timekeeping – although no accuracy outcomes have been offered), the one-minute flying tourbillon at 6 o’clock with a skeletonized bridge, and the mainplate and bridges with anthracite finishes — Moser put lots into making this one stand out.

Moser Streamliner Tourbillon Skeleton Double Hairspring

This seemingly easy hours and minutes wristwatch — which beats at 3Hz, has 167 elements, 28 jewels, and a 72-hour energy reserve — is something however easy. With the complete skeletonization, the particular double hairsprings which can be produced in-house by H. Moser & Cie.’s sister firm Precision Engineering AG, and the distinctive cushion case and arced built-in bracelet, there’s lots to love.

That mentioned, it’s price noting that in keeping with the press launch, the mainplate and bridges are diamond machine beveled, with no point out of hand ending or sprucing of the perimeters. This isn’t as fascinating as hand-beveled and polished angles.

Moser Streamliner Tourbillon Skeleton Double Hairspring caseback

Being totally skeletonized the 5N pink gold-plated faceted indices have been connected on to the remaining portion of the dial/the mainplate. The hour and minute fingers are additionally 5N pink gold plated, with Globolight® inserts. The tourbillon is a 60-second design so when you wouldn’t have something that acts as a hand you do successfully have a running-second show — that may look nice because it rotates and oscillates.

The Streamliner Tourbillon Skeleton Double Hairspring (Ref. 6814-1200) is water resistant to 120 meters and retails for $86,900.


Images by Moser.