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H. Moser Streamliner Returns in a Compact, Refined Avatar

The latest iteration of H. Moser's Streamliner steps into the limelight, boasting a fresh case size and an enchanting dial. This refreshed model, now housed in a more compact 39mm case, preserves the Streamliner’s signature design inspired by high-speed trains of the early 20th century.

Aqua Blue Grand Feu Dial

The eye-catching element is the watch's "Aqua Blue" Grand Feu fumé enamel dial, reminiscent of a tranquil deep blue sea. Achieving this dial color is an intricate process, involving twelve firings across three pigments. True to H. Moser's philosophy, the dial remains unbranded, letting the craftsmanship speak for itself. This model also introduces an off-centered small seconds sub-dial at 6 o'clock with a lacquered finish.


Caliber 500

Yet, the most significant update lies in the heart of the timepiece. The new HMC caliber 500, entirely developed in-house, now measures 30mm by 4.5mm. This slim, micro-rotor movement not only reduces the case size but also boosts the power reserve to an impressive 74 hours.

The reduction in movement size translates to a more elongated, refined case shape. Despite the higher price point of CHF 29,900, this model’s refined aesthetics and new movement might well attract long-time admirers of H. Moser.


Our editorial take

The arrival of a smaller Streamliner was an eagerly anticipated event. Its sleek design offered an intriguing alternative in the world of integrated bracelet sports watches. The 1mm reduction in case width and 0.9mm in thickness, though seemingly minor, significantly enhances the Streamliner's elegance and wearability.

The Grand Feu enamel dial truly captivates, yet one could argue that the subtlety of the case redesign plays an equally pivotal role in the watch's allure.

From a brand perspective, the launch of the HMC 500 movement is a milestone. Edouard Meylan's ambition for a more compact movement has now been realized, paving the way for future designs.

While the Grand Feu enamel dial is undeniably exquisite, the inclusion of a separate small seconds sub-dial might raise eyebrows among purists. Some might prefer an uninterrupted dial to fully appreciate the enamel's beauty.

The Streamliner's new price bracket places it in direct competition with other high-end watches, which could challenge its position as a more accessible alternative to iconic models like the Royal Oak or Nautilus. Yet, Moser's confidence in its market and product might just translate into a successful venture.


Our Pick

Model: H. Moser & Cie. Streamliner Small Seconds Blue Enamel

Reference: Reference 6500-1200

Case/Dial: 39mm Steel, Aqua Blue fumé “Grand Feu” enamel with hammered texture
12 ATM

Movement: HMC 500, Self-winding

Functions: Hours and minutes, Small seconds at 6 o’clock, 74h power reserve

Strap: Steel

Style: Dress

Tech Specification


H. Moser Streamliner Small Seconds Blue Enamel Specifications
Brand H. Moser & Cie.
Model Streamliner Small Seconds Blue Enamel
Reference Number 6500-1200
Diameter 39mm
Thickness 10.9mm
Case Material Stainless steel
Dial Color Aqua Blue fumé "Grand Feu" enamel with hammered texture
Indexes Applique indices
Lume Hour and minute hands with Globolight® inserts
Water Resistance 120m
Strap/Bracelet Integrated steel bracelet
Caliber HMC 500
Functions Hours, minutes, small seconds
Diameter 30mm
Thickness 4.5mm
Power Reserve 74 hours
Winding Automatic microrotor
Frequency 21,600
Jewels 26
Additional Details Original Straumann® hairspring, finish with Moser stripes
Price 29,900 CHF
Availability Immediately
Limited Edition No
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