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HM7 Aquapod Titanium Green / MB&F


MB&F first introduced the Aquapod back in January 2017, but it’s still the most recent Horological Machine, and a quintessential design from the brand. Today we get a third iteration of the Aquapod, rendered in solid grade 5 titanium with bright green accents. This version is limited to 50 pieces and joins the titanium/blue (33 pieces) and red gold/black editions (66 pieces), bringing the total number of Aquapods to 149. In addition to having Super-LumiNova on both the numerals that show the time via the two concentric rotating discs, and the automatic winding rotor, the Aquapod Titanium Green has three panels of extremely bright AGT Ultra (Ambient Glow Technology)  around the flying tourbillon. With the lights out, this watch looks incredible. Price: $108,000 — via Hodinkee

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