MB&F's Legacy Machine collection began as a callout to the past, answering the question of what the company might have built 100 years prior. The line is celebrating its tenth anniversary this year with the LMX. Appropriately, it calls back to the LM1 with a central flying balance wheel and two dials with their own hour and minute hands, allowing for dual time zone functionality. Its engine is just the sixth fully conceived by MB&F's in-house engineering team, symmetrical both on the dial side and as seen through the sapphire caseback. A three-dimensional, rotating power reserve display completes the dial side, and the 44mm case is held in place by a hand-stitched alligator strap. It will be available in two editions: an 18k 5N+ red gold case limited to 18 pieces and a grade 5 titanium case limited to 33 examples.