This is not the Moser you use to see, this one have a white lacquered dial with painted black romans. As they use to say: Less is more.

The Venturer Small Seconds with the long thin blued hands with the dail higher mounted mounting, it gets an impression of floating in the air. 39 mm case made a perfect size IMO.

The feeling Moser conveys is that we go back to the time when the pocket watch was the man's jewelry by releasing this tribute to the pocket watch.

Really clean and sober which is the submerged sub-dial for the second hand to consolidate. The Venturer case is slimmer then the Endeavour and with the thin bezel the dial will looks bigger.

With the super domed sapphire crystal this watch is one of the most difficult one to get a nice pic of without reflections, otherwise white dials is the most easiest to shot.

A nice and clean buckle.

The buckle will works great with the black alligator strap.

So lets turn around it and check out the hand-wound HMC 327 calibre against the sapphire backcase.

18,000 bph, hacking seconds, Straumann© hairspring

The characteristic Moser "Geneva stripes" adorn the movements plates.

A close up of the power reserve meter at this minimum 3 days power reserve movement. Of course there is a blued hand that shows when it's fully winded.

Some random shots.