First launched in 2017, Horological Machine No.7 returns in a titanium case with a green sapphire crystal bezel, limited to 50 pieces. The organic jellyfish-inspired design of HM7 Aquapod is counter-balanced by the mechanical horology within; a central flying tourbillon tops the concentric vertical movement architecture, with indications radiating out from the centre.
While not a dive watch, it is comfortably at home in the water – so MB&F added a unidirectional rotating bezel. However, unlike other dive watches, Aquapod’s bezel isn’t attached to the case but floats apart like a life buoy.
£121,100 / €140,350 / $155,900