MB&F HM3 ReBel watch is designed to be worn on the right wrist
Individualists demand excellence, exclusivity and choice, and for the very same reason, famous watchmaking firm Maximilian Büsser & Friends (MB&F) produces amazing timepieces that are true works of art. Lately, we were looking at the last MB&F HM2 editions and now, we have the new HM3 ReBel timepiece. The HM3 ReBel – R for right (hand), B for Black (case) – is a rock ‘n roll mirror-image of the HM3 designed for the individuals who love to wear their watch on the right wrist. Under the black PVD-treated white gold case of the timepiece are the charcoal-colored movement plates and bridges. The gold clover-head screws on top of the black case look like rivets in an upmarket biker’s leather jacket.
The 36 functional jewels and 304 components in an inverted mechanism have been paired with two high-tech ceramic bearings. The HM3 ReBel, with an anarchistic appearance and unconventional right-wrist architecture, shows some serious attitude. The twin cones show the hours and minutes, with the hour cone capped by a day/night indicator. An excerpt from the press release reads…
James Dean was a Hollywood Rebel Without a Cause; Billy Idol had a Rebel Yell; Star Wars had its Rebel Alliance; and now MB&F pokes the establishment firmly in its conservatively-focused eye with the HM3 ReBel.
We think James Dean would have worn one; Billy Idol would have sang about it; and the Rebel Alliance would have fought for it.
The HM3 ReBel is available in a limited edition of 18 pieces in black PVD-treated white gold, blackened movement and 22K gold rotor.