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MB&F bids farewell to the HM4

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Avant-garde watchmaker MB&F is bidding farewell to its HM4 watch series with the aptly named HM4 Final Edition.

When MB&F launched its first HM4 watch in 2010 the house said that it would only manufacture 100 of the 311-component movements. There are just eight of those movements left to be used for the HM4 Final Edition, which will make it a seriously limited run.

The all-black HM4 Final Edition takes inspiration from stealth aircrafts with black PVD-coated titanium, square angular panels, and contrasting matt and polished surfaces. The movement is made visible through multiple sapphire crystal sections.

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The watch will be sold through just five retailers: The Hour Glass in Singapore, Westime in Los Angeles, Chronopassion in Paris, the Chronometryx alpine airstrip in Gstaad and MB&F’s own M.A.D Gallery in Geneva.

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