H. Moser & Cie. Presents the Nature Watch

It has become something of a custom. Consistently, H. Moser & Cie. presents a problematic, contemptuous activity to bring issues to light on various subjects… and produce buzz. This year, the topic of this communication/buzz undertaking will be manageable turn of events, as the brand needs to #MakeSwissMadeGreenAgain.

In 2018, H. Moser & Cie. introduced the Swiss Icons Watch . This Franken-watch, returning to notable Swiss watches, intertwining their signature components into one creation was insane, monstrous (at any rate to me) however… splendid. However, the task had to be withdrawn and Moser halted all communication about this watch not long before the SIHH. Among other activities, Moser introduced the Swiss Alp Watch , an insubordinate Swiss mechanical remain against the ascent of smartwatches. And in 2017, the Swiss Mad Watch was introduced as the most Swiss watch ever, 100% Swiss presented with a defense fashioned out of Swiss cheese… and advanced with the hashtag #MakeSwissMadeGreatAgain.

This year, on the event of the SIHH 2019, H. Moser & Cie. presents the Nature Watch – a piece that will make less enmity from competitors than the Swiss Icons Watch yet this time, many will think that Moser might be pushing things excessively far. The Moser Nature watch has been introduced as a source of inspiration for a worthy motivation, the need to secure our current circumstance. This is a mechanical, Swiss made, “green and living” watch decorated with plants local to Switzerland! The dial is made of normal stone and lichen, and the tie from grass. There is no uncertainty pressing assurance is expected to defend our planets, yet a considerable lot of you will think that there are times when problematic activities can miss the point.

As H. Moser & Cie. is persuaded that training is the way to eco-accommodating manageable turn of events, the brand has chosen to make a partnership with Room to Read . Space to Read is a worldwide association devoted to improving proficiency and sex balance in education.

For more data, if it’s not too much trouble, visit www.h-moser.com .