MB&F details the Only Watch 2011

First published: 03-06-2011

Those with a love of unique watches who are also hoping to do their bit to battle diseases around the world may want to check out a new offering from MB&F.

Entitled the Only Watch 2011, the timepiece has been created in order to raise cash to aid the fight against Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, a condition which paralyses the body.

Children are sure to be attracted to the device in particular, thanks to its design being inspired by the joy of flight.

Working with Chinese artist Huang Hankang, MB&F has used its HM4 timepiece on the Only Watch 2011 and added a pilot in the form of a hand-sculptured white gold panda.

This elegant feature sits upon the upper case of the ticker, while clutching two pieces of twisted gold filament.

Time can be read via one of the sleek dials on the front of the timepiece, while another indicates the power reserve level to wearers.

Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy is developed by around 100 boys born in the UK each year.
 

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