H. Moser & Cie. have rung in the new year with some slick new kit, namely in the form of this Streamliner Flyback Chronograph Automatic on integrated steel.
How integrated, you might be asking? The gorgeous creation has been professionally likened to architectural fish scales, but in our opinion exudes an almost Iron Man-like armour aesthetic.
With fluid lines, geometric curves and a clean design, the Streamliner has functionally impressive minimalism at its core with a new line, new case, new dial and new movement.
Within the 42.3 mm diameter casing is a central display with no sub-dial, the first automatic chronograph in the business with a central display to also feature a flyback function for the minutes and seconds. The ’60’ at 12-o’clock also harks back to the golden era, drawing inspiration from retro stopwatches of the ‘60s and ‘70s.
The Streamliner’s new Calibre HMC 902 movement is a double-barrel, column-wheel flyback chronograph made of 434 components and 55 jewels boasting a 54-hour power reserve.
Surprisingly, the Streamliner even sports a better depth rating than the AP Royal Oak Offshore Chronograph, with a staggering 120-metre water resistance.
The H. Moser & Cie Streamliner Flyback Chronograph retails for US$39,900 (roughly AU$58,000) and is limited to 100 pieces.
See more over at h-moser.com.