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As you've seen from our previous posts today, there has been quite a few bits of eye candy to come out of SIHH, but MB&F's newest model definitely takes the cake. The company is releasing their first diving watch and it's one hell of a timepiece. Called the HM7 Aquapod, MB&F's jellyfish-inspired design also looks like some sort of retro UFO/submersible built for your wrist. 

Inside the sapphire dome is a 60-second flying tourbillon that sits at the center of the 303-component movement, which has a 72 hour power reserve. Time is indicated via two rotating aluminum/titanium discs and the surrounding unidirectional bezel indicates the elapsed time and adds a traditional diving watch element to a very untraditional design.

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