Live from SIHH 2019 – Charris Yadigaroglou of MB&F

MB&F divulges its mesmerizing Medusa check made in cooperation – 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 organizer Max Büsser. The thought came from autonomous architect Fabrice Gonet, who thusly was enlivened by MB&F’s 2017 Aquapod  watch.

Highlights of Medusa:

  • The straightforward ringer molded body of the jellyfish that uncovers the mechanical heart of the development was depended to a Murano glassblower (and nearly didn’t make it to the SIHH 2019 after Venice was overwhelmed last December!)
  • Two pivoting rings, one for the hours and the other for the minutes, are noticeable through the vault. The lists and top plate are treated with Super-LumiNova that shines 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 pivot to copy the outspread balance of a jellyfish’s neural column.
  • Medusa can sit around your work area utilizing its appendages as help or be swung from the roof. An additional arrangement of hand-blown Murano limbs are incorporated to augment the impact of the jellyfish gliding in the sea.
  • Medusa is accessible with green, pink or blue Murano vaults and arms, in restricted versions of 50 pieces each.

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