MB&F Horological Machine No.2 Photomontage  0 Comments


Since the launch of the brand, MB&F has already made public three of its designs. All of them quite radically different from the previous. Max Busser's team of friends who work on the various horological machines wanted edgy products that will have the attention from those who wanted radical designs. In fact, he said himself that he will be worried if any of his products receive wide appeal because it would not be edgy enough. Interesting marketing plan and to some degree it seems to have worked as the collectors I know are polarised about the MB&F watches.

See the photomontage for yourself and decide whether you love or hate the HM No.2. In this series, I captured the two latest versions - the ceramic titanium and the ceramic, titanium and rose gold versions. The third, all white gold case is Max Busser's own personal watch he also allowed me to photograph.

From the current crop of designs from MB&F, I think functionally the HM2 is probably the easiest to read the time. But I had been reminded, that the MB&F watches are not for telling the time but to be seen with - on the wrist. Fortunately for me, I am still a conservative at heart and I am at no risk of having art works on my wrist. At least for now.

To view the photomontage, click on the image above.

- HT



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