Horological Machine No2-SV will 'stay beautiful for long time'

First published: 09-02-2010

The newest premium offering from MB&F looks like it will be one of the most attractive watches to be released in 2010, owing in part to its construction and the way it has harnessed raw materials.

Embracing a completely transparent case, HM2-SV is able to provide its wearers with remarkable visuals through the extremely detailed, hand-finished 349-component timepiece, with the mechanisms powering indications on an iconic twin dial design.

With 3.6mm-thick sapphire, the watch features the a mechanical movement with instantaneous jump hour, retrograde date, bi-hemisphere moon phase, concentric retrograde minutes and automatic winding.

Commenting on the release, Watchluxus said: "Sapphire's hardness is second only to diamond, which makes the whole top half of the case (the most exposed half) extremely scratch-resistant.

"This is a timepiece that will keep its good looks for a very, very long time."

MB&F was founded in 2005 and has its headquarters in the city of watches: Geneva, Switzerland.


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