If you want to adjust the time, you need to remove the crown to see indicators that point the path. This is pain, but at least the bells must be powerful. H. Moser carved the middle to create a resonant camera and produced a powerful, "pure" sound.
But … why? According to H. Moser, this is an attempt to return to the roots of watchmaking. That puts the watch in its "legal place" as a timepiece rather than as a "intelligent" device that displays notifications, "said the company." If it was not clear, the company did not love the smart clocks too much and focused on convenience to tradition and wealth (shh, no one says Montblanc.) Wired notes that H. Moser has already sold his first example and is already planning to do more, and you probably will not get one even if you are well-wealthy. , the unique construction and complexity of the turbine post you have an incredible $ 350,000, and there are obviously far less expensive (not to mention more practical) ways to push our nose with modern technology, and that technology looks like a deal ̵