About H. Moser & Cie
Propelled by an entrepreneurial spirit that dates back to its beginnings, H. Moser & Cie. continues to innovate the Swiss luxury watch market with a defiant respect for tradition. During the turn of the 19th century, Heinrich Moser, who was born into a family of watchmakers, made his way to Saint Petersburg and founded H. Moser & Cie., employing hundreds of artisans in Switzerland. Since then, the brand’s passion for entrepreneurship has remained a key tenant of their culture, prompting them to make bold moves in creative marketing and product development. Today, the company is owned by the Meylan family, and they fervently value the art of Swiss watchmaking. According to Swiss law, only 60% of a watch must be made in the country to be coined a true Swiss watch—but for H. Moser & Cie., that’s just simply not enough. This innovative company whose watches are over 95% Swiss made, made a strong statement in 2017 by forgoing the “Swiss Made” label upon their watch. H. Moser & Cie. is in fact, one of the few companies that produces its own hairsprings, which they supply to many other brands within the industry. Interested in seeing what makes a H. Moser & Cie. timepiece so compelling? Watch an expert review on this Endeavour Perpetual Moon Aventurine wristwatch, or this Pioneer Centre Seconds piece. And, if you’re considering collecting pieces from other independent brands, read this article that discusses the Rise of the Indies.
The Eclectic World of H. Moser & Cie
As an independent watch company, H. Moser & Cie. is not afraid to push the envelope and make fresh, fascinating, and creative leaps in watchmaking. Boasting four pillars including the Pioneer, Endeavour, Heritage, and Streamliner, H. Moser & Cie. also creates incredible concept series timepieces that defy every norm. Each concept series timepiece, like this captivating Vantablack watch, is stripped of the H. Moser & Cie. logo, letting the extraordinary dial do all of the talking. Their complex and alluring dial colors are infamous and can take over 200 steps to create, like the aforementioned Vantablack® dial which is essentially the absence of matter, or their Funky Blue fumé dial. Discover more of our pre-owned Moser watches like the Venturer, or read this article about building a colorful watch collection of rich hues and shades.
Discover H. Moser Watch Models
In an attempt to capture the brand’s unique essence and stunning designs, we strive to curate an expansive and robust pre-owned selection of Moser watches. Learn more about several of the standout pieces from our collection.
This stunning manual-wind watch features a 38.8mm case made of 18k rose gold. Its simplistic silver dial is handsomely complimented by a brown alligator strap and 18k rose gold tang buckle. Functions include hours, minutes, and small-seconds—a great piece for any collector. If you’d like to see another Mayu reference, watch this expert review of the ref. 321503003.
Flaunting a captivating Matrix green Fume dial, this self-winding automatic timepiece is equipped with a 40mm stainless steel case and a stainless steel bracelet. Its functionality is basic, yet sophisticated, pleasing collectors who are looking for a watch with just the hours, minutes, and seconds.
This handsome Moser watch is a 40.8mm manual-wind piece with a 18k white gold case, grey Fume dial, and a brown Kudu leather strap. Again, its functionality includes the necessities—hours, minutes, and seconds—but no enthusiast will go wanting for more when they see this one watch up close.
Looking for a sleek small seconds H. Moser watch? This manual-wind 39mm timepiece is outfitted with a 18k rose gold case, slate dial, and a brown alligator strap suited for any dressy occasion.
Purchasing Pre-Owned H. Moser & Cie. Watches
As the world’s leading platform for buying, selling, and trading pre-owned luxury watches, we offer an unrivaled selection of H. Moser watches, guaranteeing the authenticity and exceptional quality of each piece. Explore other pre-owned pieces similar in style by perusing our collection of Swiss and Dress Watches. And, if you’re just starting your own collection of luxury timepieces, be sure to find the right fit for you by reading this article.
Frequently Asked Questions About H. Moser Watches
Is H. Moser the next F.P. Journe?
Due to the differences in each brand’s design philosophy and technical innovations, it’s nearly impossible to compare H. Moser & Cie and F.P. Journe. However, similar to Journe, H. Moser & Cie is an impressive independent brand that produces pieces with detail, precision, and quality in mind.
Is H. Moser high horology?
Depending on a particular collector’s definition of high horology, H. Moser could be considered among the elite as they do borrow elements of traditional luxury watchmaking. However, due to their somewhat defiant respect for norms, they differ in style from high horology brands like Audemars Piguet, Patek Philippe, and Vacheron Constantin.
How much does a H. Moser & Cie watch cost?
All pre-owned timepieces vary in price due to a variety of factors like condition, demand, and official documentation or boxing. However, the secondary market is a great place to find near-mint condition watches at a more affordable price point. Currently, our inventory of pre-owned H. Moser & Cie watches range in cost from $9,950 to $99,950.
How many watches does H. Moser produce each year?
Every year, H. Moser & Cie produces about 1,200 watches.
Does WatchBox guarantee satisfaction for their H. Moser watches?
Yes, all of our pre-owned Moser watches are backed by a 2-year WatchBox Global Warranty. Learn more about WatchBox’s dedicated team of experts by reading our story, or get detailed information about our authentication process.
Purchasing Pre-Owned H. Moser & Cie. Watches
As the world’s leading platform for buying, selling, and trading, pre-owned luxury watches, we offer an unrivaled selection of H. Moser & Cie. watches, guaranteeing the authenticity and exceptional quality of each piece. Explore other pre-owned pieces similar in style by perusing our collection of Swiss and dress watches. And, if you’re just starting your own collection of luxury timepieces, be sure to find the right fit for you by reading this article.