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Next on my dream list:


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Introducing the Pioneer Centre Seconds in steel, the first steel model in our regular collection and quite possibly the most practical H. Moser & Cie. watch to date!

Stainless steel case. Midnight blue fumé dial with applied indexes and luminescent dots. Automatic movement with 3 days power reserve. 120 metres of water-resistance. Rubber strap. What more could you ask for from a daily wearer?

The Pioneer Centre Seconds' new in-house HMC200 automatic movement features a bi-directional pawl winding system, providing a power reserve of 3 days. You can take it off on Friday, strap it on again on Monday, and it will still be running. Though we don't think you'll want to take it off at all...
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Looks rather classy!
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SIB wrote:Next on my dream list:


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Blurb from their site:

Introducing the Pioneer Centre Seconds in steel, the first steel model in our regular collection and quite possibly the most practical H. Moser & Cie. watch to date!

Stainless steel case. Midnight blue fumé dial with applied indexes and luminescent dots. Automatic movement with 3 days power reserve. 120 metres of water-resistance. Rubber strap. What more could you ask for from a daily wearer?

The Pioneer Centre Seconds' new in-house HMC200 automatic movement features a bi-directional pawl winding system, providing a power reserve of 3 days. You can take it off on Friday, strap it on again on Monday, and it will still be running. Though we don't think you'll want to take it off at all...
And mine!

I asked at SQP if they were going to do a steel version and they said "we only produce watches in PMs"

Hopefully the lug to lug will not exceed 50mm and the cost be a few £k less than an Aquanaut.

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A veritable snip at £9500!
I just think it's cool to have an obsolete technology on my wrist that actually works. - rfortson
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Bahnstormer_vRS wrote:
nbg wrote:
Bahnstormer_vRS wrote:Marmite watch; except its coloured more like a harlequin.

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Great looking sector Guy :thumbup:
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Bahnstormer_vRS wrote: No more dreaming

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Tyke wrote:
Bahnstormer_vRS wrote: No more dreaming

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Cheers buddy. :wave:

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SIB wrote:Next on my dream list:


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Blurb from their site:

Introducing the Pioneer Centre Seconds in steel, the first steel model in our regular collection and quite possibly the most practical H. Moser & Cie. watch to date!

Stainless steel case. Midnight blue fumé dial with applied indexes and luminescent dots. Automatic movement with 3 days power reserve. 120 metres of water-resistance. Rubber strap. What more could you ask for from a daily wearer?

The Pioneer Centre Seconds' new in-house HMC200 automatic movement features a bi-directional pawl winding system, providing a power reserve of 3 days. You can take it off on Friday, strap it on again on Monday, and it will still be running. Though we don't think you'll want to take it off at all...
"What more could you ask for from a daily wearer?"

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Is that Moser >42mm ??? If not, it looks about perfect.
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^^^^ Its 42.8mm, but having tried on the RG/Titanium version I think it will be less than 50mm lug to lug.

Not bothered about the lack of minute markers, as it's still easy to tell the time, you just have to wait until a 5 minute marker when setting it.

Would prefer if it was 40mm but hey very few watches are perfect.

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Just seems too dressy a watch for a rubber strap. Stick with the aquanaut neil :D
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I think it would be too big for comfort - for the type of watch it is, similar proportions to my dearly departed VC ingenieur.
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stefs wrote:Just seems too dressy a watch for a rubber strap. Stick with the aquanaut neil :D
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I agree, other than that very nice.
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downer wrote:I think it would be too big for comfort - for the type of watch it is, similar proportions to my dearly departed VC ingenieur.
I know you are correct, but Mosers are lovely watches and a great buy pre-owned.

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