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Swiss Alp Watch mechanical watch, $ 30,000


 Swiss Alp Watch mechanical watch, $ 30,000

Swiss watchmaker H. Moser & Cie is back with the Swiss Alp Watch with a Final Upgrade that reproduces the design of the Apple Watch, but comes at a value of $ 30,800, which the company says is: the pinnacle of the Swiss Alp Watch saga.

And in 2016 when the Apple Watch was still a relatively new device, the Swiss watchmaker created an advanced mechanical clone of Apple Watch called Swiss Alp Watch, which featured a rectangular watch face with curved and rounded edges, and a crown on the side.

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The new Final Upgrade Edition features the same rectangular design for the Apple Watch and the original Swiss Alp Watch, and the new version was created after a client of H. Moser & Cie suggested the design.

The watch features a solid DLC housing with an ultra-small light-absorbing dial made of Vantablack, one of the darkest materials known, absorbing up to 99.965 percent of visible light.

Instead of a logo and indicators, the small second display at 6 o'clock has been redesigned as a shaded dial that looks like a digital update is in progress.

No updates needed, no inferior autonomy, no unnecessary features, no annoying notifications, just the only reminder you really need: let's part with all that noise and cherish every moment.

H. Moser & Cie has been making the Alp Watch series for years, and the company is known for its bold design choices in the watchmaking world.

In 2017, it created the Swiss Mad Watch, made of Swiss cheese, to protest watchmaking standards.

Two years later, she created a watch loaded with plants and whose case was decorated with succulents, algae, soil and other materials to send the message that she was now turning her attention to environmental sustainability.

The watch is equipped with an internal manual HMC 324 from H. Moser & Cie, which has 100 hours of power reserve, and is manufactured in Schaffhausen, Switzerland.

The watch is designed to last forever, in stark contrast to the planned aging of even high-quality connected watches.

The watch is completely mechanical, and the company has created only 50 Final Upgrade pieces.