H Moser Cie Caliber Hmc 324

H. Moser & Cie Caliber HMC 324

H Moser Cie Caliber Hmc 324

Manufacturer H. Moser & Cie
Caliber Number HMC 324
Movement Type Mechanical, manual-wind
In-House?
Yes
Diameter
32mm x 36mm
Height
4.8mm thick
Jewels 27
Components
(Needs confirmed)
Vibrations Per Hour
18,000 bph
Power Reserve
96 hours
Hacking?
Yes
Hairspring
Straumann
Escapement
Moser
Functions Hours and minutes, small seconds at 6:00, power reserve indicator on the back
Country of Manufacture Switzerland
Known Models
Swiss Alp Watch (ref: 8324-0200, 5324-0201); Swiss Alp Final Upgrade (ref: 5324-1205); Henry (ref: 324.607-004, 324.607-006)

The H. Moser & Cie caliber HMC 324 is an in-house hand-wound mechanical movement found in the rectangular Swiss Alp series of watches, including their last editon: The Final Upgrade.

Some of the topics covered in this caliber listing:

HMC 324 vs HMC 324 NS:

There is a similar caliber HMC 324 NS. The HMC 324 featured here has a small seconds located at 6:00. The HMC 324 NS is based on the same caliber design, but without the small seconds indicator. The NS stands for no seconds.

Final Upgrade:

The HMC 324 is also found in the Swiss Alp Final Upgrade watch. This timepiece was announced on February 3, 2021. Instead of a seconds hand, the movement in this model was modified to features a small seconds disc that resembles Apple loading screen graphic from the dial side of the watch.

H Moser Swiss Alp Final Upgrade Movement

How it works:

How it works is that the all black dial has translucent cutouts in the shape of the loading graphic, and behind that is the disc attached to the movement. The disc is part off-white and part dark grey. The colors on the disc fade into each, so when the watch is running, it produces the appearance of the loading animation displayed on Apple watches when installing updates. The irony, of course, is that this is H. Moser’s final update to the Swiss Alp… a mechanical timepiece that never needs updated. The infinite loading animation is a constant reminder of that, as well as a reminder to disconnect and take a break from the connected world.

H Moser Cie Caliber Hmc 324 Loading Animation

In H. Moser’s own words:

“The HMC 324 is a hand-wound movement, specifically designed for rectangular watches. It features a plug-and-play modular escapement and a power reserve indicator on the movement side, keeping the watch’s dial uncluttered.” -H. Moser & Cie

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Fanboy
Fanboy
3 years ago

Imagine rolling into the apple store to pick up a new phone or something with one of these on the wrist.

DIMITAR GUEORGUIEV
DIMITAR GUEORGUIEV
3 years ago
Reply to  Fanboy

blasphemy! blasphemy!

Paul
Paul
2 years ago
Reply to  Fanboy

It would be a waste of time. Literally lol. Long waits to talk to people who don’t know anything about watches or Apple products. I hate Apple stores.

Jon
Jon
3 years ago

I like the idea of power reserve being on the movement side instead of the dial. Makes so much sense!

Paul
Paul
2 years ago

Excellent read! Best I’ve seen on this piece. It was so hype onInstagram for a few days then never seen again. Did anyone actually buy one? It’s a cool watch.

Lucas
Lucas
2 years ago

It would ne so cool to know how a neural Professor in a Risc Chip Reallohn should work? Make Caliber corner for Apple!

Lucas
Lucas
2 years ago
Reply to  Lucas

Processor, realy should work

Roy Benny
Roy Benny
2 years ago

Sad thing about watches and brands like this, you will never actually see it in real life.

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