Part toy, part timekeeper, all impressive. The MB&F Melchior Robot Clock is the result of a collaboration between the cutting-edge watchmaker and L'Epée 1839, Switzerland's only specialised high-end clock maker. It features over 480 separate components, including jumping hours, sweeping minutes, double retrograde second indicators for eyes, and a 40-day power reserve. A polished glass dome lets you see the "brain" — the clock's regulator — the steel upper arms are posable, and the left arm gatling gun detaches for winding the movement. Limited to 99 pieces and available with monochromatic or two-tone steel and brass armor.
If you're the kind of guy who spends a healthy chunk of his time debating the merits of Voyager versus Enterprise, and the rest of his time contemplating the complex workings of his favorite watch, then the MB&F Starfleet Machine Clock was made for you. Meant to sit on a table and act as a sort of trekkie conversation starter, this clock is equal parts sculpture and timepiece. Featuring indicators for hours and minutes housed underneath a polished glass dome, as well as second indicators in the form of double fly-out cannons, this clock sports palladium-treated brass construction for a piece that will inspire lust among anyone who lays eyes on it.