Introducing The H. Moser x MB&F Endeavour Cylindrical Tourbillon And The MB&F x H. Moser LM10
Honoring the two brands’ fifteenth commemorations, H. Moser & Cie has banded together up with MB&F for a fumé-centered arrangement of restricted version models that mix both specialized and stylish components from both of these all around cherished autonomous fabricates. With an all out run spreading over only 135 units split into 15-piece versions, this joint effort is worked around two watches. From H. Moser, we have the brand’s translation of the MB&F FlyingT called the H. Moser x MB&F Endeavor Cylindrical Tourbillon. Also, from MB&F, we have a “Moserized” take on the LM101. With both accessible in a variety of vivid fumé dials, this carefree cooperation is conceived of common regard and longstanding co-activity between H. Moser & Cie and MB&F.
While there is absolutely enough here to have justified two unmistakable posts, H. Moser and MB&F combined the two together on delivery, and I believe that was a choice that addresses the tone of the organization. Beginning with the H. Moser x MB&F Endeavor Cylindrical Tourbillon, they’ve made an exquisite showing of combining the smooth and insignificant stylish of the H. Moser Endeavor line with the design and dramatization of the FlyingT and its awesome slanted dial and open tourbillon show.
Sized up to 42mm (the FlyingT is 38.5), the Endeavor Cylindrical Tourbillon is 19.5mm thick gratitude to that massively domed sapphire precious stone and the noteworthy mechanical components it assists with showing. Offered in five adaptations (crazy blue, burgundy, inestimable green, grayish, and ice blue – each restricted to 15 pieces), the fumé dials are up front and make up an enormous piece of the general character for this hybrid contribution from H. Moser.
Time is appeared on a skimming sapphire dial that is slanted 40 degrees, with the objective of offering a view just to the wearer. The combination of the sapphire dial and the particular partition of the time show from the gap for the one-minute flying tourbillon guarantees both equilibrium and an unhindered perspective on the two highlights. The development is known as the HMC 810 and is a programmed make development from H. Moser that offers 72 hours of force hold and utilizes a tube shaped hairspring. Looking at the photograph over, that huge precious stone hopes to give an unbelievable and beautiful (out of control blue) see, and that straightforward dial looks particularly cool and present day. Moreover, as the aftereffect of a work to mix some MB&F into a Moser, I figure they’ve done a dazzling job.
Turning our look to the MB&F x Moser LM101, while the configuration might be in a split second more unmistakable – having been founded on a generally existing model – the execution is nonetheless noteworthy. Both in detail and impact, this “Moserized” LM101 looks just astonishing with a fumé dial, which figures out how to add to the general impact without competing with the suspended equilibrium for consideration. Creation of the MB&F x H. Moser LM101 is scheduled for 60 models separated into 15 pieces in four tones including astounding blue, vast green, red, and water blue (this last one being an extraordinary release for retailer Ahmed Seddiqi & Sons).
In any of the shown colors (particularly the astronomical green), I truly love the way that the engineering of the LM101 blends in with the slope of the fumé dial and the Moser way of restricting plan to the basics. Here, we see that where a standard LM101 would have a drifting dial for the time and another for the force save, those presentations have been delivered as hands straightforwardly on the dial, liberated from extra prosper and without anything to diminish the impact of the dial. I additionally truly like how the suspended equilibrium sits over the focal point of the sunburst design, permitting the tone to emanate outwards from the sole energized element.
Holding consistent at 40mm wide and 16mm thick (once more, with an extremely domed gem), this LM101 is definitely something exceptional and, of the two arrangements, talks more to my own taste. While got done with a more present day NAC-inferred tone than a standard LM101, the MB&F x Moser LM101 utilizes a similar hand-wound 2.5Hz development common to the model. Much the same as with the Endeavor Cylindrical Tourbillon, the MB&F x Moser LM101 is accessible just in steel.
Pricing begins at $52,000 for the MB&F x H. Moser LM101 and $79,000 for the H. Moser x MB&F Endeavor Cylindrical Tourbillon. While this isn’t the first occasion when we’ve seen a LM101 in steel, not to mention an exceptionally restricted model, the evaluating for the two models is very appealing, and the incredibly restricted creation and inside nature of such a coordinated effort will without a doubt talk straightforwardly to fanatic authorities. What’s more, as such a cross-fertilization mixture occasion, I would accept that this opens the entryway for authorities of one or the other brand to have a go at something new that actually lines up with their general method of gathering. By and large, the two models aren’t anything not exactly beautiful and particular manifestations simply conceivable because of an uncommon degree of companionship and innovativeness between two of the central participants in the autonomous space.
H. Moser x MB&F Endeavor Cylindrical Tourbillon
Brand: H. Moser x MB&F (collaboration)
Model: H. Moser x MB&F Endeavor Cylindrical Tourbillon
Diameter: 42mm – Endeavor Cylindrical Tourbillon
Thickness: 19.5mm – Endeavor Cylindrical Tourbillon
Case Material: Steel (all)
Dial Color: Fumé in a few colors
Strap/Bracelet: Black alligator
MB&F x H. Moser LM101
Brand: MB&F x H. Moser (cooperation)
Model: MB&F x H. Moser LM101
Diameter: 40mm – LM101
Thickness: 16mm – LM101
Case Material: Steel (all)
Dial Color: Fumé in a few tones
Strap/Bracelet: Hand-sewed calfskin
Endeavour Cylindrical Tourbillon
Caliber: HMC 810
Functions: Hours, minutes, one-minute flying tourbillon
Power Reserve: 72 hours
Frequency: 21,600 vph
Caliber: LM101 engine
Functions: Hours, minutes, power save sign, suspended equilibrium wheel
Power Reserve: 45 hours
Frequency: 18,000 vph
Estimating & Availability
Price: $79,000 for the Endeavor Cylindrical Tourbillon and $52,000 for the LM101
Limited Edition: 75 pieces in five colorways (15 each) for the Endeavor Cylindrical Tourbillon and 60 pieces in four colorways (15 each) for the LM101
For more, visit MB&F and H. Moser & Cie.