Watches that have a sports accent with an integrated steel bracelet that caters to formal wear are not something new. This trend has been around for several years but very few watches manage to pull it off as well as the H. Moser Streamliner. The H. Moser Streamliner price may seem a bit prohibitive but it is a true luxury watch and has plenty of great things going for it.

Design

The watch has a unique design that is rare in luxury watches. It is minimalistic and for the Streamliner, the saying that less is more does apply. With very few decorative elements, no digits, and a brushed stainless steel case, the watch may seem too plain for some. What stands out is the dial. It is a dark green dial with a brushed texture that makes it reflect light in such a way that it shows different shades of green.

The dial of the watch does not have any digits. It is a simple dial with chromed lines. Over the gorgeous dark green dial, the hands can be observed. Coated in a steel finish, the hands have a white stripe extending from the center to the edges.

For the case, the H. Moser Streamliner uses a brushed stainless steel finish. The same goes for the stainless steel strap that is perfectly integrated into the watch. Even though the case width measures 42.3 mm, the watch does not seem overly large. The thickness of the strap makes it appear smaller than it is really easy. Also, the case has a rounded rectangular shape that is more common in sports watches.

Features

Although the H. Moser Streamliner is one of their more expensive watches, it has fewer features than other models. Due to its limited production, the availability of the Streamliner is scarce thus it continues to appreciate despite being so minimalistic. The most notable feature is the clear back. A glass cover has been placed on the back which allows you to admire the beauty and craftsmanship of what is inside the watch. There are also some engravings on the back and the logo of the band on the crown. The front of the watch remains clean, free of any engraving. It does not even have an aperture to display the date.

Conclusion

The H. Moser Streamliner price can fluctuate a lot. There are several variations of the watch and depending on which one you want to get. Some versions are even twice the price of basic ones. This price variation is attributed to how many of each were produced. Limited series can cost as high as $60,000.

The bottom line is that very few other watches can be compared to the H. Moser Streamliner. It is a minimalistic watch with a sports accent that can be worn with a suit. With an added degree of elegance, the Streamliner can be a perfect fit for both a young and mature audience. What is certain is that the watch will continue to appreciate as time goes by.