Showing 15 results for the tag: #MB&F

MB&F HM9 Flow Air

HM9 Flow Adds a Rose-Gold Glow

September 30, 2019
In the post-war years of the late 1940s and 1950s, aerodynamic principles were just beginning to take root in the field of automotive design. The boxy, carriage-like shapes of previous decades were melting into something more streamlined. At the same time, curvilinear forms became more prominent, carrying the immediate promise of power and speed. The sophisticated computer modeling and wind-tunnel...
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TRex Table Clock

T-Rex Rules the Table Clock Kingdom

September 18, 2019
They say that art begets more art; that the act of creativity continues to generate and inspire other creations in turn. This is certainly true in the case of T-Rex, the 11th collaboration between MB&F and Switzerland’s premier clockmaker L’Épée 1839. A minimalist clock-face of Murano glass and steel, suspended between two jointed legs that end in taloned feet —...
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The New LM Split Escapement Titanium Green

The New LM Split Escapement Titanium Green

May 1, 2019
There is one technical constant that defines every single watch in the MB&F Legacy Machine collection. Functions may vary, and different complications come to the fore in each edition, but the suspended balance wheel remains literally and metaphorically above everything else. In Legacy Machine Split Escapement, this feature is not only highlighted, but raised to another level of achievement. Just...
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Presenting the Legacy Machine FlyingT

Presenting the Legacy Machine FlyingT

March 12, 2019
Even the most unpredictable and audaciously led lives, when observed from a distance, form patterns and fall into cycles. This is a fundamental truth that underlies all human existence, whether individual or collective. For Maximilian Büsser and MB&F, creative energy comes in seven-year cycles. It was in MB&F’s seventh year that the Legacy Machine collection was born, that the first...
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New Arrival: LM2 White Gold Purple

New Arrival: LM2 White Gold Purple

November 5, 2018
In human beings, the visible spectrum of light falls between red and violet, with infrared and ultraviolet lying just beyond these two extremes. When we see the color purple, what our eyes are actually taking in is the highest possible frequency of light that the human eye can perceive. Legacy Machine No.2 also lies at the highest end of its...
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Presenting: The Horological Machine No. 9 Flow

Presenting: The Horological Machine No. 9 Flow

September 24, 2018
In the post-war years of the late 1940s and 1950s, aerodynamic principles were just beginning to take root in the field of automotive design. The boxy, carriage-like shapes of previous decades were melting into something more streamlined. At the same time, curvilinear forms became more prominent, carrying the immediate promise of power and speed. The sophisticated computer modeling and wind-tunnel...
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