July 7th will be the date when popular independent watch maker MB&F
will release their fourth major timepiece creation, the Horological Machine Number 4, also known as the Thunderbolt. The watch is thematically inspired by the classic military plane, the A-10 "Warthog." When the final images are released, you'll be able to see the collection. While I can't show you final images of the watch now, I do have a special teaser shot for you, as well as exclusive images of the HM4 engine movement that I was able to take. The HM4 is a dream watch fro Max Busser, the founder of MB&F. The concept is beautiful, and for him, the design represents exactly what the brand is attempting to portray. The watch will have two crowns, one for winding the watch and the other for adjusting the time. I really can't say much more than that. The movement is manually wound, and almost every part of the watch and movement were custom made. This will be a seriously beloved piece for MB&F devotees, as well as new fans to the brand. Just a few weeks until all of the MB&F HM4 Thunderbolt watch is officially released.
Ariel Adams publishes the luxury watch review