Called the LM1 Silberstein, the limited edition watch is available in 18-karat red gold, grade 5 titanium, or black PVD-treated titanium.
LM stands for Legacy Machine and the watch showcases a yellow, red and blue accents on the dials and hands, which is consistent with the designer’s love for bright, lively colours.
The cone, sphere and cube make up the power reserve and can be found to replicate the same colour scheme, while the subdials appear to be small, concave dishes that bring the promise of ‘eternal time’ capture.
The watch’s sapphire crystal dome and balanced bridge protect the finer components from contact.
“I resonated with LM1 because by highlighting the balance – the mechanism that splits time into miniscule increments – it highlights how man converts eternal time into something he can use”, said Mr Silberstein.
MB&F was founded by Maximilian Büsser in Geneva, Switzerland in 2005.