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MB&F HM5 CarbonMacrolon
By SENATUS Watches & Jewelry | 19 September 2014

The new HM5 'CarbonMacrolon' Limited Edition, made in a new material developed specifically for MB&F: a dense black polycarbonate resin reinforced with carbon nanotubes, that can be finished and polished like metal, whose hardness is comparable to steel, and is black all the way through. This 2014 edition follows the Zirconium in 2012 and Red Gold in 2013, and is limited to 66 pieces worldwide.

The fifth interpretation MB&F Horological Machine series "On the Road Again", is a futuristic re-imagination based on retro inspirations from the 70's: the louvred silhouette of the Lamborghini Miura and assorted supercars of the period as well as the Amida Digitrend watch.

By bringing to life and celebrating distinctive design features drawn from the past, MB&F has once again taken memories "On the Road Again" — hence the name of the newly launched Horological Machine N°5 (HM5). Read more: http://senatus.net/article/road-again-mbf-horological-machine-n-5/

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