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MB&F Expands Its Collection With Incredible HM9

With MB&F we are already used that extraordinary is normal with them, yet each time they know how to surpass expectations, and translate new concepts in watches that are breathtakingly beautiful. This is also the case with the watch they launched today, the HM9. The watch pays tribute to aviation
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Last of a kind: the MB&F LM1 Final Edition

MB&F LM1 Final Edition
The MB&F LM1 Final Edition overturns convention by taking its last bow just as the Legacy Machine collection gains ever more acclaim and momentum. WHY? Simply because it is only by ending production of existing pieces that MB&F is able to go on to future challenges.
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“Zeitmaschinen” – Time Machines by Florian Schlumpf

Tick-tock. Tick-tock. The rhythmic swing of the long pendulum paired with the steady tempo of the Time Machine mechanism fills the air with harmonic sounds – a melody orchestrated and invented by artisan Florian Schlumpf. The MB&F M.A.D.Gallery is proud to present an installation of impressive kinetic art pieces designed
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Have a look at this MB&F video

Got some time to spare? Still trying to kick-start 2017? Maybe we have something for you that will inspire you. Have a look at this MB&F video. No worries, this is not the usual corporate video featuring grandiloquent 18th century origins, dusty watchmakers and snow-covered Manufactures.
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Beware of Balthazar the new robot of MB&F

Balthazar is the third robot that MB&F, in conjunction with L’Epée, is unleashing on the world. After Melchior and Sherman we now have a creation consisting of 618 components that is able to deliver jumping hours, retrograde seconds and a 35-day power reserve - and is wound with the key that is hidden in its shield.
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Primary colours, primal love

Let’s go back to the late 1980s when Frenchman Alain Silberstein decides to give up his job as an interior designer to start his own watch brand together with his wife, Sylvie. Silberstein’s watches are like birds of paradise among sparrows. Primary colours and clear geometric shapes, that reflect some of the Bauhaus philosophy as well, are the foundation of his watches. In-your-face watches that you either love or hate.
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