H.Moser & Cie always steals our attention and their newest release definitely has us filled with severe watch lust. The Endeavour Perpetual Moon Concept fills its dial with what is considered to be the darkest material on the planet: Vantablack. The ultra-black coating, which is used both by astrophysicists and the army, consists of carbon nanotubes that are vertically aligned next to each other and can absorb 99.9% of light. That isn't the biggest feature though.
That dial allows the watch to turn up the volume on its most stunning feature, a large aperture that accurately depicts the phases of the moon. Their moon phase complication is not only beautiful, but it's also incredibly precise with one day's deviation every 1,027 years. The movement is a HMC 801 hand-wound manufacture caliber with an interchangeable Moser escapement and has a seven-day power reserve.
The watch comes in steel or red gold and both are 42mm.