The second in a trio of releases that combines Swiss watch brand MB&F and high-end clockmaker L'Epée 1839, this new tripod clock was designed by Maximilian Maertens. Maertens designed the first collab as well: a "Robocreature" T-Rex clock inspired by the original Jurrasic Park film. The Tripod Clock draws from the 1993 film as well with the amber-trapped mosquito. Maertens took that idea and created an insect able to walk on the surface of water for the design of this unique clock. The clock's dial shows time in three consecutive 12-hour scales, with minutes noted in increments of 15 and a display that completes its cycle every 36 hours which allows the time to be read through the spherical mineral glass "eyes". The clock is powered by a mechanical movement designed and produced in-house by L'Epée 1839 and the half-animal/half-robot creation makes for the ultimate office conversation piece.