Alongside the normal functions of telling time, luxury perpetual calendar watches present the added benefits of displaying the day, day, and month for a heightened sense of accuracy. Exploring the technical feats of Haute Horology, the Swiss watchmakers at H.Moser are proud to feature the complex movement design on its all-new Endeavour Perpetual Calendar Titanium Blue Enamel. The classic styling of the Endeavour's 42mm polished titanium case is adorned with a robust ribbed crown that incorporates the brand's notorious logo. Beneath its smooth bezel is a texturized monochrome dial finished in vibrant Abyss Blue enamel, showcasing a modern look to one of the industry's oldest watchmakers.
Although the H.Moser Endeavour's dial focuses on simplicity, a closer look reveals indicators at the 6 and 9 o'clock positions to decipher the seconds and power reserve. The hours and minutes, perpetual calendar, big date display, and month indicator are also worked into its layout. Powering the timepiece is H.Moser's in-house hand-wound HMC 800 movement, using a 32-jewel construction to achieve an impressive 7-day power reserve. Turning over the Endeavour exposes its beautiful open caseback, which includes a leap-year cycle indicator on the movement. H.Moser adds contrast to its newest release with a hand-stitched grey kudu leather strap and Moser engraved steel folding clasp. The all-new Endeavour Perpetual Calendar Titanium Blue Enamel is currently available through an authorized dealer for $82,500.