MB&F make some of the most unique watches around but its a shame their marketing department doesn’t bring the same creativity to naming their watches.
Max Busser himself, founder of MB&F has been waiting four years to see this newest timepiece come from design to fruition. This morning, the brand officially released HM No. 9, nicknamed Flow.
Flow is inspired by the dynamic profiles of automobiles and aircraft of the 1940’s and 1950’s – for instance, the 1948 Buick Streamliner or the De Havilland Venom.
Just two versions of Flow will be made in titanium. One version, the Air edition, features a dark movement and aviator-style dial, while the other version, Road, features a rose-gold-plated movement and a speedometer style dial. Each is created in a limited edition of just 33 pieces, and each retails for $182,000.
Watch the video below to see the work that went into the creation of this timepiece: