Inspired by the symmetrical bodies of jellyfish, the MB&F HM7 Aquapod Watch employs a radially symmetric design. Immediately noticeable underneath the domed sapphire is the central flying tourbillion, which sits atop a vertical movement that includes a winding rotor with "tentacles" crafted from a block of solid titanium. As a water-focused watch, it has a unidirectional rotating ceramic bezel, although it's water resistant to only 150 feet. The indications, which rotate around the center, are treated with Super-Luminova for readability under the surface, as are select rotor segments, letting you appreciate the movement even in darkness. It's finished with an aircraft-grade rubber strap and is limited to just 33 examples in grade 5 titanium with a blue bezel, and 66 examples in 18 karat red gold with a black bezel.
Like the standard Type 1 before it, the new Ressence Type 1 Squared Watch forgoes traditional hands, instead using a series of rotating discs to indicate the time. Unlike its predecessor, the 1 Squared has a cushion-shaped case crafted from 316 stainless steel instead of titanium that's thinner as well, thanks to the absence of a sapphire back. Instead, it has a retractable lever that's used to set the time, corresponding to the discs' movement in a 1:1 ratio just like the key-wind clocks and toys of old. It's finished with an interchangeable bracelet system, and is available in four colorways.