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Old 09-14-2010, 02:17 PM   #1 (permalink)
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See more @ http://ablogtoread.com/mbf/mbf-hm3-watch-review/. Reviewing the beautifully unique MB&F Horological Machine Number 3 "HM3," here in its Sidewinder form. In white gold and titanium, the watch shows the time and date with an intense level of avant garde luxury character that you can only find in an MB&F timepiece.

[flash=425,344]http://www.youtube.com/v/02GddZUmYUk&hl=en&fs=1[/flash]
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Old 09-14-2010, 06:38 PM   #2 (permalink)
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#3, is ok

I'm not sure if I like this one or not the #4 Thunderbolt? You have to admit it's one of a kind



Case Grade 5 titanium and sapphire
Dimensions: 54mm wide x 52mm long x 24mm high
Number of components: 65
Articulation of lugs: 3°
Engine Three-dimensional horological engine developed 100% by MB&F
Manual winding with two mainspring barrels in parallel
Power reserve: 72 hours
Balance frequency: 21,600bph/3Hz
Number of components: 311
Number of jewels: 50
Functions Hours, minutes and power reserve indicator
Hours and minutes on right dial, power reserve indicator on left dial
Separate crowns for time setting and winding
Sapphire crystals Five sapphire crystals: 2 x dials, 1 x central case section, 2 x display panels (top and bottom)
Strap & Buckle Black hand-stitched calfskin strap with titanium/white gold custom designed deployment buckle attached to articulated lugs

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Old 09-14-2010, 06:53 PM   #3 (permalink)
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These watches definitely fall under the unique category. The Frog is quite the watch! Holy bug eyes Batman!


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Interesting!!1
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I like the mechanics involved in this piece . . . not sure the overall design is for me. However @ $80K, I don't need to worry if I like it or not! :lol
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MB&F are truly masterminds!

There is no longer any difference in movements from around the globe when everything is designed by a computer and quality parts are used. Its not like the old days when the Swiss ruled because they were pasionantly engrossed with their creations doing everything by hand. But in the day of computer modeling everything is the same. Sure, a company can now make their own movement by changing sprocket sizes and have having a computer tell you what size to create the next. And everything is already "timed" in the computer before it is actually produced to create a reliable movement.

BUT... MB&F take it to the next level. I applaud their creations for sure.
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gorgeous watches
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