Watch Of The Week: Horological Machine No. 6 Final Edition.
Maximilian Büsser &. Friends introduced the “Final Edition” of its futuristic Horological Machine No. 6 in stainless steel – a very rare metal in MB&F’s production.
MB&F watches have become revered for their exuberant designs.
The MB&F HM6 Final Edition features a stainless steel fluid case shape measuring 49.5mm wide, 52.3mm long, and 20.4mm thick. It has 10 sapphire crystals: 9 domed (4 for the hour and minute indications, 4 for the turbines, 1 for the tourbillon) and one flat (display back).
This is the magnum opus of MB&F, inside the timepiece three-dimensional horological movement with 68 jewels, 18,000 vph and a power reserve of 3 days, developed exclusively for HM6 by MB&F with David Candaux of Horlogerie Créative.
The movement in this watch took three years to perfect and contains a staggering 475 components.
Sadly, there will only be eight of the MB&F HM6 Final Edition made set to be priced at t $215,000 USD.