Bridging the gap between past and present, the H. Moser & Cie. brings the best of both worlds. Be it the aesthetics of the pocket watch era or the complications of the modern world, the H. Moser & Cie. Heritage collection builds upon the rich heritage of the brand. H. Moser & Cie. has its roots deep inside the Russian culture. Be it the last Czar or Lenin, the timepieces have adorned the political and cultural spectrum alike. With its Cyrillic-inspired Arabic numerals on the dial, the rich heritage is encapsulated in all its glory.
A round polished dial with large sword hands is a reminder of the pre-revolution era of pocket watches. The Heritage collection has four different series of timepieces employed under it. The Centre Seconds, the Dual Time, the Tourbillon, and the Perpetual Calendar.
Inside the Centre Seconds series, the simplicity is further complemented by the Globolight indexes infused with SuperLuminova for a better and lasting afterglow.
Whereas, the Dual Time series displays two time zones. One with a simple minute and hour hand and the other with a shadowy grey skeleton hand.
Delivering a simplistic persona, the Heritage Tourbillon is fixed with a central-axis tourbillon fixed at the 6 o’clock marker. The Heritage Tourbillon is also home to a Roman numeral variant with cathedral hands.
Differentiating itself from the collection, the Heritage Perpetual Calendar is fixed with Roman numerals and cathedral hands. The Perpetual Calendar is home to a date window at the 3 o’clock marker and a small seconds sub-dial at the 6 o’clock marker. What makes this series of timepieces unique is that the leap year marker is camped at the case back and the months are displayed by the 12-hour indexes with a tiny central hand.