For the past few years, the manufacturer in Schaffhausen has become an undisputed leader when it comes to incorporating the blackest material ever made into its watches, the Vantablack.
If darkness is the absence of light, then Vantablack is quite possibly as close to a black hole as we can get. The stuff you’d find in cutting-edge astrophysics telescopes and stealth military gear, Vantablack is able to absorb 99.965% of the light that reaches its surface. The visual effect is truly one of a kind, as your eyes are looking at nothingness – it is spectacular to behold.
Of course, working with such innovative material comes with its own unique set of challenges – and they’re definitely not the type they teach you about in watchmaking school. Over several years of working with Vantablack®, H. Moser & Cie. has been perfecting its methods to use it with more creative freedom. For its latest two creations, the Endeavour Centre Seconds Vantablack and Endeavour Tourbillon Concept Vantablack, add striking warm radiance to the blackest material on earth with red gold cases and accents that make a statement. H. Moser & Cie.
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