Available in both titanium or rose gold, the new timepiece features an elongated case, its four lugs wrapping around its laterals imitating the legs of the dog. A domed sapphire crystal at the lower end forms the head of the animal, in which two separate “eyes” rotate to indicate the hours and minutes. It even features a jaw-like mechanism on the bottom of the watch which cleverly acts as a power-reserve scale, opening wide when it’s charged and closing completely once it depletes. Movement-wise, it holds an in-house manual winding movement operating at 18,000 vibrations per hour with a 45 hour power reserve, intricately constructed with a whopping 301 components. Other features include a flying balance wheel, 50m water-resistance and SuperLuminova applied hands and markers.
For those interested in the MB&F HM10 Bulldog, it’s now available for $120,000 USD. Head over to the brand’s website to learn more now.
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