Two hands, one arrow, one large date and a star: these functional elements are the only details to be seen on the Perpetual Calendar Concept Funky Blue, the most minimal perpetual calendar ever produced. The steel design is pared down to the essential, with no indexes or logo. This means that the dial, majestic in the company's signature sky-blue fumé, features nothing but the date, at 3 o'clock, the leaf-shaped hour and minute hands, and the small hand topped with an arrow, a marvel of ingenuity which indicates the months. The leap year indicator sits on the movement side.
Exquisitely understated and discreetly elegant: beneath its apparent simplicity, this model hides a complex and exceptionally ingenious movement. The hand-wound HMC 341 calibre enables the date to be adjusted forwards or backwards at any time of day. Using the Flash Calendar mechanism, the date can be changed in a fraction of a second, driven by the energy accumulated during the day. The Endeavour Perpetual Calendar Concept Funky Blue features a modular escapement, produced in-house by H. Moser & Cie., including the hairspring. It is also equipped with two barrels, for a minimum power reserve of 7 days. Visible through a sapphire case-back, the HMC 341 calibre displays traditional haute horlogerie finishes: chamfering and Moser stripes on the bridges.
The Endeavour Perpetual Calendar Concept Funky Blue combines the purity of minimalist design and the beauty of a Manufacture movement with the ingenuity of the most practical of complications: the perpetual calendar.