Over the past several years, the market for luxury sports watches with integrated bands has seen a significant transformation. New tourbillon from the Swiss brand is the quintessence of the best changes in this sector.
This brand is approximately 200 years old. It is still one of the few privately held, family-run watch firms in operation today. H. Moser & Cie can guarantee that every hand-crafted watch adheres to the brand’s ideals thanks to its fully integrated manufacturing process. As a result, the company’s watches are truly pieces of art.
With one of the company’s movements, its original approach of not putting the brand’s insignia, and its most innovative design, this new, pricey, and intricate model is in some ways the “best of the brand.” The Tourbillon Vantablack eliminates some of the components from earlier iterations. Moreover, it swaps them with fresh ones, making them minimal but opulent in their form and appearance.
The dial of the Streamliner Tourbillon Vantablack is another feature that sets it apart. It is completely black, has no logo, and is covered with a novel material that is said to be the darkest material known to man. Scientists use it for telescopes and the army – as a thermal disguise since it absorbs nearly a hundred percent of the light.
The new edition is a part of the permanent Streamliner collection. Its price is $ 110,000.