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As a year, 2020 has stunk – no two ways about it. While COVID has dominated things, there are plenty of other things going on in the medical world, including researching treatment for diseases like ALS. If you want to support that sort of research – and you’ve got the spare coin – read on to see what these new “Cure ALS” releases from H. Moser & Cie have for you.

Really, it’s quite simple. They’ve made fifteen pieces of the Moser Pioneer Centre Seconds Cure ALS, and five of the Moser Pioneer Tourbillon Cure ALS. For the watches themselves, these are much like their predecessors (which we talked about here), albeit with a very special green dial.

Prices are a bit higher on these Cure ALS models, but that’s to be expected, given that they’re looking to raise money for the Duke ALS Clinic. The watches are first come, first served, of course. The Centre Seconds requires a minimum donation of $16,000 while the Tourbillon requires a minimum donation of $55,000. Some of that will be tax deductible, of course. And should you want to just donate, you can contact the Duke ALS Clinic directly. h-moser.com

Tech Specs from H. Moser & Cie

PIONEER CENTRE SECONDS CURE ALS

  • Reference 3200-1211, steel model, CURE ALS Green fum? dial, green alligator leather strap, limited edition of 15 pieces
  • Case
    • Solid steel
    • Diameter: 42.8 mm,
    • Height without sapphire crystal: 10.6 mm
    • Curved sapphire crystal and see-through case back Screw-in crown adorned with an ?M? Water-resistant to 120 metres
  • Dial
    • CURE ALS Green fum? with sunburst pattern, marked with the inscription ?CURE ALS? Applique indices, with hour markers in Superluminova?
    • Leaf-shaped hands, partially skeletonised
    • Superluminova? luminescent elements on hands
  • Movement
    • HMC 200 automatic calibre
    • Diameter: 32.0 mm or 14 1/4 lignes
    • Height: 5.5 mm
    • Frequency: 21,600 Vib/h
    • 27 jewels
    • Automatic bi-directional pawl winding system
    • Oscillating weight in 18-carat red gold, engraved on ref. 3200-1212 Power reserve: minimum 3 days
    • Hacking seconds
    • Original Straumann Hairspring? with flat overcoil
    • Finish with Moser stripes
  • Functions: Hours and minutes Central seconds
  • Strap: Green alligator leather and additional black rubber strap Steel pin buckle, engraved with the H. Moser & Cie. logo

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PIONEER TOURBILLON CURE ALS

  • Reference 3804-1202, steel model, CURE ALS Green fum? dial, green alligator leather strap and additional black rubber strap, limited edition of 5 pieces
  • Case
    • Solid steel case
    • Diameter: 42.8 mm,
    • Height without sapphire crystal: 10.6mm
    • Curved sapphire crystal and see-through case back Screw-in crown adorned with an ?M? Water-resistant to 12 ATM
  • Dial
    • CURE ALS Green fum? with sunburst pattern, marked with the inscription ?CURE ALS? Applique indexes, with hour markers in Superluminova?
  • Hands
    • Leaf-shaped, partially skeletonized
    • Superluminova? luminescent elements on the hands
  • Movement
    • Self-winding HMC 804 Manufacture calibre
    • Diameter: 32.0 mm or 14 1/4 lignes
    • Height: 5.5 mm
    • Frequency: 21,600 vibrations/hour
    • Automatic bi-directional pawl winding system
    • Oscillating weight in 18-carat red gold, engraved on ref. 3804-1203 Power reserve: minimum of 3 days
    • Original double hairspring
    • One-minute flying tourbillon at 6 o’clock with skeletonized bridges
  • Functions: Hours and minutes
  • Strap: Green alligator leather and additional black rubber strap Steel folding clasp, with engraved H. Moser & Cie. logo

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