As an independent watchmaker that engineers luxury timepieces to compete against large-scale industry leaders, MB&F specializes in equipping its models with precious metals and complex movements. Showcasing two rarely used characteristics, MB&F is proud to present the all-new stainless steel Legacy Machine Perpetual with a salmon-colored dial. The polished 44mm steel case features sapphire crystals on the top and bottom for a clear view of MB&F's meticulous craftsmanship.
The Legacy Machine's exposed Salmon dial reveals the full complication and the eye-catching white lacquered sub-dials that rest on hidden studs. Taking a clockwise tour of the dial, at 12 o'clock are the hours and minutes, the day of the week at 3 o'clock, the power reserve indicator at 4 o'clock, the month at 6 o'clock, the retrograde leap year indicator at 7 o'clock, and the date at 9 o'clock. A fully integrated perpetual calendar movement developed for MB&F by Stephen McDonnell drives the Legacy Machine. MB&F adds a touch of elegance to the high-caliber timepiece with a brown hand-stitched alligator strap and stainless steel folding buckle. The new stainless steel MB&F Legacy Machine Perpetual Calendar is currently available through an authorized dealer for $180,000.