Learn more about H. Moser & Cie.’s groundbreaking movements and complications and explore our helpful guides on how to store your watch, set the date, and much more. Whatever your query, we’ve got it covered.

Preserving precision: the art of caring for your H. Moser & Cie. timepiece

How to clean your H. Moser & Cie. watch Owning a luxury timepiece isn’t just about telling time; it’s about making a statement, cherishing craftsmanship, and preserving a legacy. Watchmakers like H. Moser & Cie. epitomise this ethos, crafting watches that are both functional and breathtakingly beautiful. If you own such a masterpiece, it’s imperative...

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How to repair or service your H. Moser & Cie. watch

At H. Moser & Cie. we craft timepieces that are more than just accessories or instruments. They are meticulously made embodiments of the heritage and ingenuity of Swiss watchmaking. But even these masterpieces, with their intricate machinery and components crafted from glass or sapphire, occasionally need repair or replacement parts. So here’s an all-encompassing guide...

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How to set the date on your H. Moser & Cie. watch

Owning an H. Moser & Cie. watch is a pleasure and a privilege. These masterpieces, with their intricate designs and unparalleled craftsmanship, are the epitome of luxury. But, like all sophisticated instruments, they require a little love, especially when you’re adjusting their settings. So let’s explore the (incredibly easy) process of setting the date on...

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Deep dive: exploring H. Moser & Cie.’s water-resistant timepieces

Water and watches: two elements that historically didn’t mix. Yet, in the modern era, water-resistant timepieces have become a staple in the horological world. Whether you’re an avid diver, a casual swimmer, or someone who simply appreciates the art of watchmaking, understanding the evolution and technology behind water-resistant watches is a fascinating journey. So let’s...

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    Uhrenkaliber sind wahre mechanische Wunderwerke, die dank des präzisen Zusammenspiels von mehreren hundert Komponenten in der Lage sind, die Zeit anzuzeigen. Sie arbeiten ununterbrochen, 24 Stunden am Tag und 7 Tage die Woche, und so unterliegen die Schmierung und die Bauteile einem natürlichen Verschleiss. Daher wird empfohlen, eine Uhr alle 4-5 Jahre zu warten. Hier...

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