Streamliner 2.0: Redefining Success

Forging a Path of Timeless Elegance and Innovation

H. Moser & Cie. proudly introduces the Streamliner Flyback Chronograph Automatic version 2.0, showcasing notable enhancements to their award-winning chronograph timepiece. The Funky Blue dial now features the brand’s transparent lacquer logo, a distinct signature previously seen on the Pioneer MEGA Cool model. Furthermore, the movement undergoes a contemporary upgrade, with anthracite grey rhodium-plating on the bridges and main plate, reminiscent of the Streamliner Perpetual Calendar calibre.

In January 2020, just before the pandemic struck, H. Moser & Cie. embarked on a virtual launch of the Streamliner Flyback Chronograph, which proved to be an outstanding success despite the unusual circumstances. The uniquely shaped cushion case and the meticulously designed integrated bracelet captured the hearts of watch enthusiasts, while the unrivaled automatic movement, developed by Agenhor, propelled the brand’s development. Initially released as a limited edition, the Streamliner Flyback Chronograph Automatic sold out within days. Subsequently, H. Moser & Cie. expanded the collection with a three-hand model and a second chronograph featuring a Funky Blue fumé dial. In the following years, they introduced the famous perpetual calendar and the flying tourbillon with double hairspring, all housed in the Streamliner case.

Inspired by the sleek and dynamic forms of high-speed trains from the 1920s and 1930s, the Streamliner collection embodies fluidity and elegance. The design seamlessly blends minimalist codes with contemporary sophistication, a testament to H. Moser & Cie.’s renowned reputation. Edouard Meylan, CEO of H. Moser & Cie., states that the Streamliner bridges the brand’s rich history with a promising future. The collection’s success has contributed significantly to the brand’s growth, maintaining a delicate balance among its four distinct lines, each with its own character and personality.

The Streamliner Flyback Chronograph Automatic Funky Blue 2.0 represents an evolution of H. Moser & Cie.’s initial chronographs. While preserving its exceptional qualities, this updated version features subtle refinements, such as the transparent lacquer logo on the Funky Blue fumé dial, serving as a discreet signature. H. Moser & Cie. humbly steps aside to let its creations shine, embodying minimalism, refined elegance, and understated luxury. The watch remains water-resistant up to 12 ATM and retains its chronograph function for both land and water activities. Its case, designed as a sculptural masterpiece, boasts harmonious proportions and aerodynamic beauty, seamlessly integrating with the steel bracelet.

Underneath the surface, the automatic chronograph movement astounds with its central display and flyback function for minutes and seconds. Developed by Agenhor, the movement focuses on minimalism and legibility, embodying the essence of Haute Horlogerie. The sapphire case-back offers a glimpse of the calibre HMC 907, featuring contemporary finishes such as angled Moser stripes and anthracite grey rhodium-plating on the bridges and main plate. The position of the oscillating weight allows admirers to marvel at the operation of the chronograph and its column wheel.

Streamliner 2.0 showcases H. Moser & Cie.’s unique interpretation of Haute Horlogerie, combining innovation, artistry, and timeless elegance.


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