You no doubt have seen a flood of new releases hitting the sites from various luxury brands. This is because the Dubai Watch Week show has been going on, which means all sorts of new fun stuff to look at, even from afar. One that seemed especially lovely to us is the H. Moser Streamliner Small Seconds Blue Enamel.

What is it?

Well, to begin with, the H. Moser Streamliner Small Seconds Blue Enamel is instantly recognizable as a Moser Streamliner model. From the case profile to the integrated bracelet, and over to the hands and indices, those are very familiar. The dial is where we can start noticing differences. Most obvious, of course, is that subdial with the seconds indication. Past that, however, the dial is actually a bit different.

We’re used to gradients in Moser dials, and those are normally on rather smooth dial blanks. Here, however, we’ve got a hammered texture that reminds me of a pile of sand, or perhaps sun sparkling down on deep blue waters. However you see it, the fact remains – it’s lovely.

H. Moser Streamliner Small Seconds Blue Enamel Wrist Watch

Is there anything else different?

Why, yes, yes there is. The H. Moser Streamliner Small Seconds Blue Enamel also features a brand-new movement, the HMC 500. This has all manner of finishing techniques, and offers a 74 hour power reserve. The star of this movement show, though, is that micro rotor – the first time Moser has implemented one. I’ve long been fascinated by these, as they allow you to get an automatic movement into a package that’s closer to manually-wound movement dimensions. Here, this results in a watch that’s 10.9mm thick, which should feel thin, but rightly sized against the 39mm diameter.

H. Moser Streamliner Small Seconds Blue Enamel Wrist Watch

H. Moser Streamliner Small Seconds Blue Enamel – Price

Why yes, yes it is. To put this latest creation on your wrist, you’ll need to bring $32,900 to the table. For more details, and to start the process to reserve your own, just head on over to

H. Moser Streamliner Small Seconds Blue Enamel Wrist Watch

Tech Specs from H. Moser

  • Reference 6500-1200, steel model, Aqua Blue fumé dial, integrated steel bracelet
  • Case
    • Steel topped by a slightly domed sapphire crystal
    • Diameter: 39.0 mm
    • Height without sapphire crystal: 9.3 mm; Height with sapphire crystal: 10.9 mm
    • See-through case-back
    • Screw-in crown adorned with an “M”
    • Water-resistant to 12 ATM
  • Dial
    • Aqua Blue fumé “Grand Feu” enamel with hammered texture
    • Applique indices
    • Hour and minute hands with Globolight® inserts
    • Lacquered small seconds sub-dial with a circular pattern
  • Movement
    • Automatic calibre HMC 500, partially skeletonised
    • Diameter: 30.0 mm or 13 1/4 lignes
    • Height: 4.5 mm
    • Frequency:  21,600 Vib/h
    • 26 jewels
    • Automatic bi-directional pawl winding system
    • Solid platinum micro-rotor engraved with the H. Moser hallmark
    • Power reserve: minimum of 74 hours
    • Original Straumann® hairspring
    • Finish with Moser stripes
    • Functions
      • Hours and minutes
      • Small seconds at 6 o’clock
  • Strap/bracelet
    • Integrated steel bracelet 
    • Folding clasp with three steel blades, engraved with the Moser logo

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