MB&F reveal new Horological Machine 2 timepieces

First published: 12-01-2011

Consumers who opt for more collectable watches may be interested in two new timepieces revealed by Maximilian Busser and Friends (MB&F).

That is because a pair of new Horological Machine 2 watches from the brand will be the last of its kind that the world will see, Hodinkee reported.

Both timepieces are based on the foundations set out from MB&F's Sapphire Vision product, and have been described as "absolutely stunning" by the news source.

Some of the reasons for this glowing reference include the choice of either an 18-carat red gold or black titanium with green gasket case, as well as a pair of ultra-thin sapphire plates.

These are designed so that "the wearer [can] view the 349 part movement perfectly", with instantaneous jump hour, retrograde minutes, the date and bi-hemispheric moonphase all being able to be read via the dial.

Recently, a Horological Machine No4 Thunderbolt, which combines futuristic design elements with a classical approach, was shown off by MB&F's owner Maximilian Busser, Watch ID reported.


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