The special two piece release includes a limited-edition variation celebrating MB&F’s new Beverly Hills gallery.
With Geneva Watch Days in full effect, all of the watch world’s most recognizable brands come together to showcase the newest and most exclusive examples on the market. Aside from new variations, watchmakers reintroduce staple models with reimagined designs and other special edition characteristics. Max Büsser and his passionate team at MB&F are proud to announce the launch of two new Legacy Machine Split Escapement EVOs, featuring an extra exclusive version made for the MB&F Lab of Beverly Hills. The two new styles take on a light and dark theme that accentuates the simplistic design and state-of-the-art technology behind the watch.
The MB&F LM Split Escapement EVO Icy-Cool Edition features a 44mm case crafted from grade 5 titanium, with an icy blue baseplate and slate grey dial design. While the dial lays out the watch’s functions in great detail, the true beauty lies in the rhodium-plated barrels and rose gold accents. The MB&F LMSE EVO highlights the brand’s focus on keeping watchmaking traditional with a hand-built process. MB&F is excited to release the Legacy Machine Split Escapement EVO as a regular production piece with a price tag of $80,000.
The second release takes shape as a special Beverly Hills Edition, created in a limited production series for the MB&F Labs. The new retail format is built off of the success of MB&F’s MAD Galleries, combining MB&F timepieces with a limited number of art pieces. This new edition of 25 pieces comes in Westime’s corporate colors of blue and black with a striking black base plate, metallic blue dial, and open counters. The Beverly Hills edition is sold exclusively at the MB&F LAB at the same retail price of $80,000, with upcoming gallery openings in Paris and Singapore. Check back into duPont REGISTRY for more upcoming luxury watch news and releases.