Friday, 7 October 2011

MB&F Legacy Machine No.1 Watch

This watch brings the world’s first vertical power reserve indicator and the tourbillon on the dial itself, and creating a 3-dimensional journey in time. The MB&F Legacy Machine No.1 (LM1) construction has been so unique that under normal circumstances, the watch would display a captivating scenery of movements which barely is seen anywhere, and has its own charm. Available in a 18K red or white gold casing, the chassis is covered by a sapphire crystal dome which has protects the elaborate dial inside.
On the technical standpoint, the balance frequency of the watch is 18,000 b/ph, and packs in 45 hours of power reserve. There are a total of 279 components used in the movement itself, out of which 23 are precious metals and stones. The dial stands at 44 mm of width and 16mm of height at its thickest point. The protective sapphire crystal dome on top is anti-reflective and also anti-scratch, and it extends to the exposed back of the watch. The strapping is of course the optional black or brown alligator leather with a case-matching gold buckle. The pricing for each watch has been kept at $92,000 a piece.

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