MB&F HM6 Space Pirate Watch

Inspired by classic Japanese sci-fi cartoons and 1970s biomorphic design, the MB&F HM6 Space Pirate Watch is a fantastically weird timepiece. Inside its solid titanium case, a new calibre made up of 475 different components, 68 jewels and a complex web of gears, turbines, and rotors keep the vertically-revolving hour and minute spheres moving underneath four of the watch's 10 domed sapphire crystals. Limited to just 50 units, it's finished off with a handsome black calfskin strap that no one's going to notice because they'll be too busy staring at the top of your wrist.

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