HM7 Ti Green

After pushing the boundaries of horological exploration by blasting into outer space (HM2, HM3, HM6), launching into the sky (HM4), and powering down the road and around the track (HM5, HMX, HM8), MB&F plunges into the water with Horological Machine No.7, aka HM7 Aquapod. The organic jellyfish-inspired design of HM7 Aquapod is counter-balanced by the very mechanical horology within: a central 60-second flying tourbillon tops the concentric vertical movement architecture, with indications radiating out from the centre like ripples in a pond.

Like many jellyfish, HM7 glows in the dark: on the hour and minute numerals, around the inside of the movement and along the tentacle-like winding rotor. While HM7 is not a dive watch but MB&F added one element that all serious aquatic watches possess: a unidirectional rotating bezel in green sapphire. But unlike every other dive watch, Aquapod’s bezel isn’t attached to the case, but floats apart.

  • Reference
  • 70.TGL.B
  • Limited edition
  • 50 pieces
  • Case material
  • Titan Grade 5
  • Case diameter
  • 53.8mm
  • Case thickness
  • 21.3mm
  • Caseback
  • Sapphire
  • Water resistance
  • 50 metres
  • Movement
  • Mechanical, Flying tourbillon
  • Winding
  • Automatic
  • Power reserve
  • 72 hours
  • Frequency
  • 18,000 v/h (2.5Hz)
  • Components
  • 303
  • Dial color
  • Black
  • Dial material
  • Aluminium and titane and superluminova
  • Functions
  • Hours and minutes, unidirectional rotating bezel for elapsed time
  • Bracelet material
  • Rubber
  • Buckle type
  • Folding clasp
  • Buckle material
  • Titanim