MB & F Horological Machine 1
The first watch from Max Büsser's new watch line is nothing short of spectacular. Büsser is famed for his work with Jaeger-LeCoultre and Harry Winston's timepiece division. The first timepiece from his new company, Maximilian Büsser and Friends, is the Horological Machine No. 1.
The dial on the right is for reading minutes and the left dial shows the hours. Both dials have mounted floating sapphire subdials. Straddling the distance between the two dials is a one-minute tourbillon. The mechanism involved is complex and the watch has 376 parts and 81 functional jewels. Because of the detail involved only 100 watches will be made in the next three years. The watch comes in white gold or rose gold, with a choice of silver-effect or dark gray dials. For an in-depth look at the mechanism check out Goldarths Review and for a beautiful photo set of the watch you have to see this one from Watching Horology.