Anyone in the market for a new timepiece and has a budget of over $100,000 may be interested in the new MB&F HM7 Aquapod Watch, which has been inspired by the “symmetrical bodies of jellyfish” and is now available to purchase from $97,000 upwards.
Only 99 MB&F HM7 Aquapod Watches are being created and finished with an aircraft-grade rubber strap and constructed in grade 5 titanium with a blue bezel. Or if you would prefer 18 karat red gold with a black bezel, only 33 and 66 of each style are being created respectively.
Apart from its very unique looks the watch is also equipped with a unidirectional rotating ceramic bezel, and is water resistant to 50 feet. The MB&F website explains a little more about the watches design.
The organic jellyfish-inspired design of HM7 Aquapod is counter-balanced by the very mechanical horology within: a central 60-second flying tourbillon tops the concentric vertical movement architecture, with indications radiating out from the centre like ripples in a pond. Like many jellyfish, HM7 glows in the dark: on the hour and minute numerals, around the inside of the movement and along the tentacle-like winding rotor.
The 303-component, 72-hour power reserve HM7 Engine was developed in-house by MB&F. Spherically three-dimensional, all its mechanisms – from the winding rotor at the bottom, to the flying tourbillon on top – rotate concentrically around the centre. The curves of the high-domed sapphire crystal are mirrored in the shape of the time display rings.
For more information on the new MB&F HM7 Aquapod Watch jump over to the official website for details by following the link below.
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