H. Moser & Cie's Streamliner is unlike anything else you've seen from the Swiss watchmaker. The bold new silhouette is inspired by high-speed trains from the 20s and 30s and features a 42.3mm cushion-shaped case with an integrated steel bracelet. The sculptural case flows seamlessly into the bracelet, which has a slight curve that wraps comfortably around the wrist. The case and all the individual links have a mix of brushed and polished finishes while a fumé dial completes the look. The watch is also the first automatic chronograph with a central display that has flyback functionality, an innovative feature developed by AGENHOR, who developed the 434-component movement.
Limited to 100 pieces.