Wednesday, May 6, 2009

Horological Machine No.1 by Maximilian Buesser & Friends


After months of anticipation, Max Buesser & Friends (MB&F) have finally unveiled their Horological Machine No.1 (HM1) watch. Part of the planned series of partnerships with the world’s top watchmakers, this extremely sophisticated timepiece looks like a massive power plant that edges beyond the constraints imposed by traditional horology. Finely combining art and sculpture with its dual read-out display (separated by an elevated central tourbillon), HM1 has a strong personality that makes it fit for the modern man. With 376 parts and 81 functional jewels on the inside, you’ll need to have both the cash and the luck to get yourself one of the 30 units to be produced…




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