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H. Moser & Cie. Goes Pink in Miami, with the New Streamliner x Alpine

Moser revs up the colour with bright pink livery to underline Alpine’s partnership with BWT.

| By Rebecca Doulton | 3 min read |

A fortnight ago, we covered the release of Moser’s Streamliner Cylindrical Tourbillon Skeleton to celebrate its official timekeeping partnership with Alpine Motorsports. First appearing with a shade of blue that marks the Moser and Alpine Motorsports partnership, the next model in the pit box flies the pink livery of the BWT Alpine F1 Team competing in the 2024 Miami Grand Prix this weekend! A hyper-exclusive edition of just 20 pieces, the Streamliner will be available exclusively online at H. Moser’s website.

The A524 single-seater Formula 1 car that will be tearing around the tracks marks a change in philosophy and approach to the BWT Alpine F1 Team’s ambitions. For the 2024 season, the Alpine F1 Team will race in two liveries designed by contemporary artist Felipe Pantone. The main livery, which features a black core and the blue colour we saw on the first Streamliner, will be used in 16 races. The racier pink colour of the A524 car will appear in eight races this season and underlines Alpine’s strong partnership with BWT (Best Water Technology).

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Moser’s aerodynamic and sporty Streamliner is the vehicle chosen to showcase this highly technical cylindrical tourbillon movement that has been radically skeletonised. With a diameter of 42.3mm and a thickness of 11mm (14mm with the domed sapphire crystal), the watch lives up to its sporty credentials with its 120m water-resistant stainless steel case. Now flying pink accents, the Streamliner’s domed dial at noon with the hours and minutes is made from pink synthetic corundum, and its translucency means that no details of the skeletonised calibre HMC 811 are lost.

The attractive and contemporary symmetry of the skeletonisation is produced by the gently arching bridges and the vertical arrangement of the hours and minutes at noon, offset by the one-minute flying tourbillon at 6 o’clock. Legibility is guaranteed thanks to the Super-LumiNova coated indices and the Globolight inserts on the blue hour and minute hands. The blue hands find an echo in the blue cage bridge of the tourbillon with its cylindrical balance spring. The technical challenge of cylindrical hairsprings is that they are shaped by hand and take ten times longer to produce than traditional hairsprings. Luckily, Moser can count on its sister company, Precision Engineering AG, to craft the cylindrical hairspring.

With no trace of branding on the dial side, Moser’s name appears on the openworked gold rotor and the polished caseback. Powered by the brand’s manufacture HMC 811 skeletonised calibre, the movement has a bidirectional pawl winding system, beats at 21,600vph, and delivers a minimum 74-hour power reserve. The pink livery of the A524 can be appreciated on the bright pink moulded rubber strap.

Availability & Price

As mentioned, the Streamliner Cylindrical Tourbillon Skeleton Alpine Pink Livery is limited to 20 pieces and is available exclusively on the brand’s e-commerce platform for CHF 89,900 (incl. tax). An additional piece will be produced and sold at a charity auction, with proceeds going to the non-profit foundation Aqua Pearls to improve access to clean drinking water worldwide.

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