BY MARK HARRISON

Steel sports watches in the luxury men’s timepiece industry are particularly popular now. Big, bold and confident has pushed to the front of the line.

Rolex typically dominates this category with models like the Submariner, Daytona and GMT-Master II. The Nautilus collection from Patek Philippe and Audemar Piguet’s Royal Oak both are iconic steel sports watches designed by the legendary Gérald Genta. Another industry standout is the Omega Speedmaster Professional.

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So the new H. Moser & Cie “The Streamliner” flyback chronograph is a bold move into a crowded space. Watch brands work hard to come at watch enthusiasts with something unique that grabs people’s attention. The Streamliner achieves that, with one of the most exciting watch releases in many years.

Highlights:

  • Automatic with a hidden rotor
  • Water resistance 12 ATM (“atmosphere”, or the amount of pressure the watch can endure underwater)
  • Case size is 42.3 mm
  • 54-hour power reserve
  • Priced at $39,900 USD, “The Streamliner” is limited to 100 pieces.