The Streamliner Tourbillon Vantablack From H.Moser & Cie

The Streamliner Tourbillon Vantablack dial

H. Moser & Cie. has launched a striking new red gold timepiece using Astrophysics and the Aeronautical industry materials. It is named the Streamliner Tourbillon Vantablack® and boasts a somewhat minimalistic look, a distinct contrast to the complex engineering and materials used in its creation.

Extremely elegant yet minimalistic, the Streamliner Tourbillon Vantablack® is a tasteful timepiece with a hint of ‘Genta’ that sits in a market where many brands have gone the ostentatious route.

The Red Gold Streamliner Tourbillon Vantablack® from H.Moser & Cie follows the All-Steel model’s path and continues to use the manufacturer’s automatic calibre with a flying tourbillon. It is beautifully designed and, as they say, has curves in all the right places.

A close up view of the incredibly dark black dial

The watch gets its name from an innovative coating from the aeronautical industry and is used in astrophysics titled Vantablack®. The material has been labelled the darkest substance in existence; Vantablack® is super-black, giving the Red Gold Streamliner Tourbillon dial a striking and distinctive look. The material coats telescopes, military stealth equipment and solar panels.

A close up view of the tourbillon through the dial

The one-minute flying tourbillon at six o’clock appears to float in the middle of a black hole on the dial but is the driving force behind this superior watch. The Red Gold Streamliner Tourbillon Vantablack® uses the automatic HMC 804 calibre fitted with a double hairspring, produced in-house by H. Moser & Cie. ‘s sister company Precision Engineering AG.

The movement seen via the rear of the timepiece

The pair of matched hairsprings reduce friction, significantly improving isochronism and accuracy as H.Moser & Cie seek perfection. The automatic movement has a minimum of three days of power reserve.

The red gold model, with Vantablack® dial, has an integrated bracelet in red gold and a 40mm diameter case.

The dial sits under a sapphire crystal dome giving the watch a height of 12.1 mm, so it is a relatively small watch in an age of more oversized, more showy timepieces. The Brand’s M is engraved on the Screw-in crown, and you can see the movement through the sapphire crystal back. Water-resistant to 12 ATM, you can swim wearing this watch if you choose to.

A view of the watch face from an elevated position

On the Vantablack® dial, you have Hour and minute hands with Globolight® inserts, with Indices secured from the back of the dial using a plate.

Packed with state-of-the-art technology, the Streamliner Tourbillon Vantablack® model is an understated powerhouse, a timepiece to enjoy.

The Streamliner Tourbillon Vantablack is priced at CHF 109 000; for more information on this model and other models in their range, visit

Click here to read our exclusive interview with Edouard Meylan, the owner and CEO of H.Moser & Cie.

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