MB&F is putting its insane engineering on full display with the limited edition HM6 SV. Their latest horological machine covers the entire surface in stunning sapphire crystal revealing the company's incredibly complex 475-piece movement. The sapphire surfaces sandwich a metal case inspired by the American Greyhound Streamliner buses of the '50s and '60s and wraps around their movement created in collaboration with David Candaux Horlogerie Créative. The movement features a flying tourbillon with retractable titanium shield, an iridescent blue platinum battle-axe automatic winding rotor, dual aluminum turbines, and a power reserve of 72 hours.
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Now this is a statement piece.