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 Octopod, a new eight-legged desk clock from MB&F and L’Epée 1839

The last time the creative geniuses at MB&F released an eight-legged desk clock, they sent horology lovers with a fear of arachnids running for the nearest can of bug spray. Those same folks can rest easy this time around however, as the Octopod is inspired by aquatic life, and can’t be mounted menacingly on walls and ceilings ;).

MB&F has added a new desk clock to its portfolio.

MB&F introduces ‘Destination Moon’, its latest desk clock with L’Epée 1839

After taking us to the depths of the deep blue sea with the incredible HM7 Aquapod, MB&F has its sights on the heavens once again with its newest desk clock, Destination Moon. The Horological Lab designed its newest creation in-house and turned to L’Epée 1839 for the final construction, and the result is stellar.

MB&F is blasting off for the moon with its latest desk clock.

Introducing the MB&F Horological Machine 7 Aquapod, an aquatic-inspired HM that’s actually round!

MB&F exists to push boundaries, and after crafting wonderful timepieces that were inspired by space, the sky, as well as road and track, the independent horological lab has now delivered its first aquatic timepiece. It looks like a mechanical jellyfish, it’s called the Horological Machine 7 Aquapod (HM7 Aquapod), and it’s amazing.

The HM7 in titanium features a blue bezel, and is limited to 33-pieces.