MB&F Releases Two New 10th Anniversary Legacy Machine Watches
To celebrate this 10th anniversary, MB&F is now releasing the Legacy Machine 10 LMX
MB&F is a luxury watchmaker that needs no praise. The brand has gained a significant amount of popularity in the market of luxury timepieces and is particularly celebrated for its unique Legacy Machine watches. The first watch in this series came in 2011. And since then, MB&F has released several out-of-this-world designs in the Legacy Machine series.
In comparison with other models by MB&F, the Legacy Machine watches have some classic touch. But despite that, even these watches have some futuristic elements associated with them.
For instance, the flying saucer-shaped HM1 and the spaceship-like HM4 Thunderbolt have both achieved significant success in the luxury watch market. Now, it has been a decade since the first Legacy Machine watch came out. And to celebrate this 10th anniversary, MB&F is now releasing the Legacy Machine 10 LMX.
Just like the LMs earlier, the new LMX also features double dials and the same old flying balance wheel. However, these now come with tilt. In addition to that, some other design upgrades have also been made to this new 10th-anniversary watch.
Among all the new design features, the power reserve display is by far the coolest. It features a 3-D display, which shows the run-time of the watch. There are two ways to read this indication depending on your you are looking at the watch.
The power display is rotatable. This means that owners can wear it depending on the orientation that they prefer. Overall, the LMX watch is no less than a great display of engineering and art combined.
The LMX watch comes in two attractive designs. First, we have the Titanium model which looks sleek and futuristic. Then, we have the Red Gold 18-Karat model that gives off a highly luxurious yet futuristic feel at the same time.
Considering all these features and the niche, you can expect that this watch is not for ordinary people. Rather, it is an expensive collector’s item designed for watch-enthusiasts that would not mind spending a big chunk of money.
The MB&F LMX costs USD 112,000 and only 33 models have ever been produced. Such exclusivity is often a trait found in all luxury timepieces, such as the Jacob & Co.’s first-ever NFT watch.
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