The MB&F LM Perpetual EVO just got stronger with Grade 5 Titanium.
For most luxury watchmakers, grand complications make up a small portion of the collection with small-batch example releases for owners and enthusiasts. For professionals at MB&F, this is the main focus for all of its models, including the LM Perpetual EVO. MB&F is proud to announce its newest addition to its highly exclusive collection, the LM Perpetual EVO in Titanium. The 44mm grand complication features a bezel-less case design crafted from Grade 5 titanium to help display its stunning skeletonized dial. The open dial displays the inner workings of the watch when operating hours, minutes, day, date, month, retrograde leap year, and power reserve indicators.
Delivering power to the new LM Perpetual EVO is MB&F’s in-house dial-side complication and mechanical processor system architecture with an inbuilt safety mechanism. The transparent back case allows for a second view of the meticulous craftsmanship of MB&F’s watchmakers, while the outer case is engraved to signify the limited edition release. Adding a sense of functionality to the luxury timepiece is a comfortable black rubber strap and matching titanium clasp. The new titanium MB&F LM Perpetual EVO is an example of true horology and is now available through an authorized dealer for $176,000.
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