MB&F or Maximilian Büsser and Friends are no stranger to joining peak end features with playful, so far intricate, style. Their timepieces rest among science fiction and art, looking more like something through the sky that something sets snugly on wrestling greatly on a mental, alike as the Starfleet device table clock that looks like something from the mind of George Luca.
Their only released Horological device Nº 9, Flow, might seem a bit higher notch than other galaxy imagination, but it’s no exception to their mystifying design and style. Amazingly reminiscent of super jet engines, the watch is a super unique combination of Grade 5 Titanium and sapphire crystal.
The external development of the HM 9 flow and it is nicknamed almost impossible and required to be made applying completely new techs and techniques, a hallmark for the trademark and its boundary-pushing mechanical works of art.
The inside working where entirely developed in the hose at MB and F consists of 2 lateral that keep flying balance wheels and autonomous regulating ecosystem, one of the pods also keeps the mid managing gears of the engine.
It is here that earthly differential averages the production of both equilibrium wheels to display a steady reading of the time as it sits at right angles to the engine with minutes and dials indicating hours.
The release is very limited to only 33 pieces each of 2 titanium editions. The initial, dubbed the “Air” edition, comes with a bit of dark hues and an aviator style dial. The other one, the “Road” edition, is rose gold plated and has a super classic speedometer unique style dial.
For a mere USD182,000 this cool HM 9 Flow can be easily purchased.