H. MOSER & CIE WATCHES
THE HISTORY OF H. MOSER & CIE
Heinrich Moser, descendant of a Swiss family of watchmakers, launched his own watches production at Le Loc. He became soon a point of reference for worldwide Royal Families and trusted supplier of Russians Zar.
H. Moser & Cie Maison, has ancient roots and was indeed founded in San Peterburg in 1828, where the first mono-brand store was opened as well.
In 1917, after the Russian revolution, Moser production was taken back to Switzerland where it faced a difficult period due to the “quartz crisis”.
In 2005, the descendants of Moser family relaunched the Brand by establishing a new manifacture in Neuhausen and, in 2012, the Meylan family, that has a deep experience in the watch industry, acquired the Brand.
THE H. MOSER & CIE STYLE
Thanks to the Meylan family the Brand evolved, improving the productive efficiency. In 2015, following the “less is more” philosophy, they surprised the market with the first conceptual dial, with no hour markers nor logo. This dial is now recognized as a real Brand icon.
Every single Moser creation is the perfect blend of a wise watchmaking art experience and a futuristic approach. The Brand is on an ongoing evolution thanks to its continuous effort to renovate its classic models into a modern key.
The Streamliner collection intertwines the codes of minimalism and contemporary elegance proper of the Brand.
Versatile and ergonomic, it is a nod to the sleek locomotive designs of the 1920s, from which it takes the name.
The cushion-shaped case and the stainless steel bracelet of these watches represent a masterpiece of creativity and simplicity.
The Pioneer watches are extremely versatile: whether it’s for a dinner party or diving with the sharks, they’ll be right there by your side.
The robust and elegant case is water resistant to 120 meters and thanks to the Super-LumiNova technology it always offers the best readability.
The Heritage collection recalls the Brand’s long history to inspire new timepieces.
The watches from this collection represent the clash between the historic Brand know-how and the modern take on watchmaking: the perfect mix between past and present.