The new Horological Machine from MB&F is yet another timepiece bringing us back to our childhood dreams, but this time the theme is super cars from the 70′s. The HM5 displays time vertically through a prism and has a digital feel to it. The movement is placed horizontally within a waterproof case onto which the outer zirconium case is rigged, like the architecture of super cars! Limited to 66 pieces, the HM5 is priced around CHF 55’000.- swiss francs suggested retail price.
What an achievement for MB&F to win the Men’s Watch award with its first member of the new Legacy Machine family — and as if that weren’t enough, this watch also won the Public Prize! Interview with Max Busser, who shares his feelings about this great result.
Maximilian Busser, founder of MB&F, shares with us his enthusiasm about SalonQP and the opportunity this gives to independent brands to reach out and find new audiences around their timepieces and creativity.
Discussion with Charris Yadigaroglou, Head of Communication of MB&F, during the presentation to the press of the MAD Gallery concept. As expected, MB&F have again set a new level with this first store mixing different mechanical sculptures: both the brand’s crazy timepieces and some art pieces from international artists.
Discover the environment of MB&F’s store in Geneva.
After 4 incredible Horological Machines that have marked traditional watchmaking, MB&F will surprise you even more with a new member to its family – The Legacy Machine. Max Busser tells us what challenges the brand will now face with this first edition co-created with Jean-François Mojon and Kari Voutilainen, two amazing watchmakers.
The LM1, MB&F new member of the family.