MB&F uncovers its entrancing Medusa check made in coordinated effort – the 10th – with Swiss clockmaker L’Epée 1839. As Charris Yadigaroglou, Communication Manager of MB&F uncovers in this video, Medusa is a remarkable creation since it was not brought about by originator Max Büsser. The thought came from autonomous fashioner Fabrice Gonet, who thus was propelled by MB&F’s 2017 Aquapod watch.
Highlights of Medusa:
- The straightforward ringer formed body of the jellyfish that uncovers the mechanical heart of the development was endowed to a Murano glassblower (and nearly didn’t make it to the SIHH 2019 after Venice was overwhelmed last December!)
- Two turning rings, one for the hours and the other for the minutes, are obvious through the vault. The files and top plate are treated with Super-LumiNova that sparkles in the dark.
- The suspended development of Medusa took L’Epée 1839 two years to create and required a combined framework for winding and setting. A solitary propeller component, which projects from the lower part of the development, is utilized to wind the development and set the time.
- L’Epée designed the development around a focal hub to mirror the outspread balance of a jellyfish’s neural column.
- Medusa can sit around your work area utilizing its arms as help or be swung from the roof. An additional arrangement of hand-blown Murano appendages are incorporated to amplify the impact of the jellyfish coasting in the sea.
- Medusa is accessible with green, pink or blue Murano arches and limbs, in restricted releases of 50 pieces each.
We welcome you to watch the video at the highest point of this article and find the ethereal magnificence of Medusa. For more data, kindly counsel www.mbandf.com .