The watch that embodies the roots of MB&F and its iconic Legacy Machine.

The use of innovation in watchmaking continues to grow with advancements in both design and technology. Max Büsser of MB&F knows this thought all too well, incorporating precious metals into the styling of his collection of desirable luxury timepieces. MB&F is proud to highlight its innovative legacy with the all-new LMX, an example that celebrates 10-years of Legacy Machines. The MB&F LMX takes shape in a 44mm case design crafted from a choice of 18K 5N+ Red Gold, Grade 5 Titanium, or 316L Stainless-Steel. Behind its complex skeleton dial design, the MB&F LMX features a 394-component construction that beautifully displays the timepiece in action.

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A three-dimensional movement developed exclusively for MB&F drives the new LMX, achieving an astonishing 168-hour power reserve from the manual-wound three mainspring barrels. The functions include hour and minute indicators that focus completely on dual time zones that display on two inclined dials, along with a rotating weekday or 7-day power reserve indication. The transparent backcase gives insight into the craftsmanship of the watchmakers at MB&F, supplying a secondary view of the movement in motion. With a series of distinctive dial color combinations, the all-new MB&F LMX Collection comes available with a choice of black, grey, or brown large-scale alligator straps that add a touch of elegance. The MB&F LMX Collection is limited to only 33-pieces of each variation and is currently available through an authorized dealer. Check back into duPont REGISTRY for more upcoming luxury watch news and releases.

Source: MB&F