MB&F’s HM7 Aquapod goes green and gives us serious envy, again!

A little over 12 months ago, MB&F gave the world its first aquatic inspired timepiece in the form of the stunning Horological Machine 7 (HM7). Today, the brand has announced a new green version and it has nothing to do with sustainability (in case you were wondering :P). So, whereas the HM7 was previously only offered in red-gold with a black ceramic bezel (66 pieces) and titanium with a blue ceramic bezel (33 pieces), there’s now a titanium reference with a green sapphire crystal bezel, which is limited to 50 pieces.

It’s back and it’s as green as we are envious ;).

Introducing the Richard Mille RM 53-01 Tourbillon Pablo Mac Donough

Six years after releasing its first polo watch developed with Argentinean polo professional Pablo Mac Donough (RM 53), Richard Mille (RM) has announced its successor at SIHH 2018. It’s called the RM 53-01 Tourbillon Pablo Mac Donough and like its predecessor, this new watch is designed to survive the abuse of polo. But, unlike its closed-dial predecessor which was limited to just 15-pieces, this new model has a dial that is protected by sapphire glass (laminated sapphire glass to be exact).

It’s handsome and Mille fans are already going nuts about it on Instagram.

GPHG 2017 Winners Announced!

The ceremony for the 17th edition of the annual Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève was held on November 8 at the Le Théâtre du Léman in Geneva. This year 15 watches were chosen and honored by a panel of 28 experts from different backgrounds.

Bvlgari and Parmigiani walked away with two prizes each. Well done!

Tag Heuer announces Raha Moharrak as its first Arab friend of the brand in the Middle East

Tag Heuer calls a number of people its friends and ambassadors and yesterday, on the 20th of September, the brand added Raha Moharrak to its ranks. Moharrak is the brand’s first Arab female friend of the brand, and gained notoriety for being the first Saudi woman and the youngest Arab to conquer Mount Everest and the Seven Summits. She’s clearly no stranger to pressure…

Raha Moharrak was just 27 years old when she reach the 29-035-foot summit of Mount Everest.