One thing is for sure. The guys at MB&F, of course, under the guidance of Max Busser, understand innovation and value it more than anything else in the luxury watch market. So far, the brand has given the world only three different watches, but those were enough to make MB&F the legend that it is today. Well, that is just how gorgeous their horological machines are!
So, the third watch that has just been released is a actually a modification of the second one called the Horological Machine No. 2. The major difference being in the use of ceramic materials to make the front plate of the watch case. Only two metals are offered in a limited edition of 99 models, with 33 being in rose gold with black matter finish in ceramic and titanium; while the remaining 66 are offered with an all titanium and ceramic case. By the way, ceramics are used in making brakes for F1 racing cars and here MB&F uses it to play time with elegance.
Don’t worry, you shall find the sign ature rose gold rotor on both models that is pretty much visible through the sapphire caseback window.