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Geneva Watch Days was launched as a stop gap show, squeezed into the summer of 2020 when the pandemic in Europe appeared to have abated, but has become a surprise hit thanks to its people-focused format.
A tweak to the aesthetic sees the reworking of the watch’s bezel, slightly larger subdials and removing the engraving of Legacy Machine from the dial so that its suspended flying balance wheel with a double hairspring is given more prominence.
Tired of mass-produced Swiss watches, collectors are increasingly turning to the independent sector to find watches that are rarer, more complex, handmade and exquisitely artistic. Rob Corder investigates how effective digital marketing and tiny production quantities are combining to help many independent watchmakers, and the retailers that sell them, achieve record sales.
MB&F founder Max Büsser has consistently described the HM9’s movement as his most beautiful to date, but displaying it from every angle in clear sapphire was a technological and mechanical challenge too far until today.
For Maximilian Büsser and MB&F, creative energy comes in seven-year cycles.
Having announced they would appear at a show within the same Geneva exhibition centre at the same time as Watches and Wonders, Rolex, Patek Philippe, Tudor, Chanel and Chopard have confirmed that they will not proceed with a physical event next April.
Tenth anniversary edition of the HM3 Frog is the most technically challenging in the watchmaker's history.
Watches of Switzerland continues to assert its market presence across the US, this time with a move made in partnership with MB&F.
MB&F's ecommerce site will offer watches that are in stock with its retail partners, creating a virtual inventory of the rare watches and ensuring that the retailer offering the watch up for sale is rewarded.
Find out what happens when you take the micro-engineered sculptural horological art of MB&F and fuse it with the exquisite fume dials of H. Moser & Cie.