h moser cie endeavour tourbillon concept vantablack lifestyle



Esthetically, the production of the Manufacture is distinguished by hues of degraded smoke. The new technology used opens new esthetic perspectives.

“There is not one black, but many blacks,” said the couturier Yves Saint Laurent. Upon discovering the dial of the Endeavour Tourbillon Concept Vantablack,® one can only agree. Here, the technology developed by Surrey NanoSystems in 2014 finds a new outlet for expression. The coating, made up of carbon nanotubes 10,000 times thinner than a hair, absorbs 99.96% of the light. The result? A black of a density never before achieved. To enhance this technical feature, Moser is returning to the concept it launched in 2015, leaving the dial devoid of any brand or logo. This ultra-refined presentation showcases the one-minute flying tourbillon at 6 o’clock. The cage, its wheel, balance and exhaust bridges were machined from aerospace aluminum and coated with black PVD. This stiffer material optimizes the energy balance and guarantees better performance. A pair of leaf-shaped hour and minute hands flies over the whole assembly.

h moser cie endeavour tourbillon concept vantablack lifestyleThe 50 pieces of the Endeavour Tourbillon Concept Vantablack® are worn on a black alligator leather strap finished with a white gold folding clasp.

Price: 75,000 CHF

By Dan Diaconu