Watch alludes to Apple Watch
Those who like the design of the Apple Watch but prefer a mechanical watch can take a look at the Website by H. Moser & Cie. throw: This is where the latest model from the manufacturer is presented with a somewhat idiosyncratic description. The Swiss Alp Watch Final Upgrade is the Swiss version of a smartwatch – which “does without annoying notifications, noises and charging cables”. In fact, the design of the watch is strikingly reminiscent of the smart counterpart from Apple: The angular design was already an integral part of the very first Apple Watch.
H. Moser & Cie. is not stingy to underline the advantages of this watch over a smartwatch: Although the latest model disguises itself as a smartwatch, it relies on the advantages of a mechanical clockwork. It is the final edition of the Swiss Alp Watch – the manufacturer had similar models in its portfolio in the past.
Clock face with charging symbol
The new model is visually dominated by dark tones – the manufacturer uses a Vantablack dial that is known for its particularly deep black. In addition to the conventional hour and minute hands, it has an extraordinary detail: instead of a second hand, a rotating charging symbol is used, which alludes to “the volatility of time”. The website is persistently silent about the price: H. Moser & Cie. should probably call for around 28,500 euros for the current and probably last model in the series.