MB&F closes the book on the LM1

The final batch of one of the most exquisitely made watches in the world.
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MB&F LM1 Final Edition

Launched in 2011, the MB&F's LM1 was acclaimed for its complex and classic design that made it big hit with serious watch collectors. It was the first watch to feature a suspended flying balance wheel, fully independent dual time displays, and a vertical power reserve indicator. The company has since sold 431 of the watches and this week they've announced their producing their last run with the LM1 Final Edition. The exquisitely crafted timepiece gets a stainless steel case, a dark brown dial, and a brand new balance bridge. 

$79,000, mbandf.com

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