Swiss Alp Watch mechanical watch $ 30,000
Swiss Alp Watch mechanical watch $ 30,000

Swiss watchmaker H. Moser & Cie is back in the Swiss Alps for the ultimate upgrade. The watch matches the design of the Apple Watch, but the price was $ 30,800. The company said it was: the heyday of the Swiss Alps legend.

In 2016, when the Apple Watch was still a relatively new device, the Swiss watchmaker created an advanced mechanical watch for Apple Watch called Swiss Alp Watch, which features a rectangular dial with curved and rounded surfaces. Crown on the side.

The new improved final version has the same rectangular design as the Apple Watch and the original Swiss Alp watch. The new version was created after customer H. Moser & Cie developed the design.

This watch uses a durable DLC case equipped with an ultra-small light-absorbing dial made of Vanta Black, one of the darkest materials known that can absorb up to 99.995% of visible light.

Instead of logos and displays, the small seconds at 6 o'clock have been redesigned to become the Ombre dial that appears to be undergoing a digital update.

No update needed, no reduced battery life, no unnecessary features, no annoying notifications, just one reminder you really need: Let's take all worries off and cherish all the time.

H. Moser & Cie has been making the Alp watch lineup for many years and the company is known for making bold design decisions in the watchmaking industry.

In 2017 she founded the Swiss Mad Watch made with Swiss cheese to protest watchmaking standards.

Two years later, she created a plant-equipped watch, using succulents, algae, soil and other materials to convey the message that it is now focused on environmental sustainability.

The watch has an internal standard HMC 324, which was handcrafted by H. Moser & Cie with a 100-hour power reserve. The watch is made in Schaffhausen, Switzerland.

This watch is designed for eternal use, unlike the aging expected of even high-end smartwatches.

The watch is fully mechanical and the company only produced 50 final upgrade pieces.

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