H. Moser & Cie. Streamliner Perpetual Calendar, 6812-1200, Stainless Steel

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This H. Moser & Cie Streamliner Perpetual Calendar* rethinks our conceptions of a traditional perpetual calendar within the frame of minimalism, with a calendar hand indicating the months as they correspond with the hours. The movement was developed with the help of independent watchmaker Andreas Strehler, while the case and dial integrate the rounded, fluid lines shared across the Streamliner series.


H. Moser & Cie. is a brand whose approach to minimal design almost seems like a rebuke of the industry’s maximal preferences. Edouard Meylan, chief executive officer and owner of the brand, told us: “Minimalism is more than an aesthetic – it is a philosophy, an art of living. For H. Moser & Cie., minimalism has become a signature. Our Concept watches, without logo and without indices, speak by themselves.”

In his view, purposeful design is key to recall – a much-vaunted pursuit of all watch brands. This is as true of the Tank Must as it is of H. Moser & Cie.’s designs. “We wanted to let our products speak by themselves, reminding us that true luxury products are immediately recognisable even without any logo. We also wanted to put the products back under the spotlight, to get back to the essence of watchmaking, when the watches did not wear any logo,” Meylan says.