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MB&F celebrates Legacy collection’s 10th birthday with prototype auction

The timepiece marks the birth of the LM1 series, first presented in 2011.

MB&F brings fresh colours and cleaner dials to 2021 Legacy Machine...

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.

MB&F cracks challenge of housing Horological Machine N°9 Flow in a...

Hair-brained horologist MB&F has managed to create its 2018 Horological Machine N°9 Flow in a transparent crystal case. MB&F founder Max Büsser has consistently described...

MB&F makes machine dedicated to women for the first time

For Maximilian Büsser and MB&F, creative energy comes in seven-year cycles.

MB&F Frog hops into sapphire crystal case

Tenth anniversary edition of the HM3 Frog is the most technically challenging in the watchmaker's history.

Retail partners told they can sell watches through MB&F’s M.A.D. Gallery...

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. 

MB&F and H. Moser co-create watches fusing the DNA of two...

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.

MB&F introduces man’s best friend: the HM10 Bulldog

HM10 Bulldog is available in two editions this year, one with a titanium case and blue dials priced at $105,000, the other in 18ct red gold and titanium case with black dials that costs $120,000.

H. Moser and MB&F combine forces to take a prime location...

It is a rare slice of good news for the Swiss watch exhibition industry, which has endured months of reporting on brands pulling out of its big two shows.

Mr Porter inks first deal with ‘futuristic’ Swiss independent watchmaker

MB&F bags online retail listing as it builds on reputation for deconstructive approach to traditional watchmaking