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MB&F updates its beautifully complex LM2 in titanium

The Legacy Machine goes lightweight.
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MB&F LM2 Titanium

MB&F's watches are some of the most complex pieces of wrist art you can wear today and their latest design brings another striking addition to the lineup. The new version of the LM2 refines the aesthetics of the previous model with a polished bezel that slims down by a millimeter and it also makes a big visual statement with its vibrant green dial. 

The case has also been constructed out of grade 5 titanium, which is known for its lightweight and rugged properties. The movement is their three-dimensional manual caliber that was developed exclusively for the company by Jean-François Mojon and Kari Voutilainen. The design features a planetary differential, two custom balance wheels, and a 45 hour power reserve.

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