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MB&F is celebrating a decade of watchmaking with a new piece that celebrates their independent spirit and all the things that make them one of the most special companies in the world of horology. Available in four colors, the limited edition watches are inspired by supercars, specifically by the coachbuilt works of Italy's Carrozzeria Touring.

Inside the scupltural titanium and stainless steel cases is what they call their three-dimensional horlogical engine that is made up of a jumping hour and trailing minutes module that was created by MB&F and is powered by a Sellita gear train. The automatically-wound movement features a 22k gold rotor, 42 hour power reserve, and all together is comprised of 223 pieces.

The case is just as complex that is made up of 44 pieces and is matched with anti-reflective sapphire crystal windows and is matched with a semi-perforated calfskin strap. 

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