MB&F Sherman Is a Robot-Shaped Clock

MB&F Sherman Is a Robot-Shaped Clock

Published: February 4, 2016 | By: American Luxury Staff

Adorable doesn’t quite cut it when it comes to this new clock. Although it may look like a personal robot, this miniature creation was actually made for one main function: to tell accurate time.

Dubbed “Sherman,” it was designed and developed by MB&F and engineered by L’Epée 1839. The clock is the newest addition to the family of unique desktop timepieces created by MB&F. L’Epée 1839 used its in-line eight-day movement for the internal mechanics of Sherman, meaning the clock will display the correct time for up to a week before requiring rewinding.

With Sherman’s treaded tank-like movement he can be moved across any surface, with a little help from his owner of course. The fun little robot’s arms can also be configured in an array of positions and can even hold something like a pen or his winding key.

Sherman comes in three different style options, but is only available in limited editions of 200 gilded pieces, 200 palladium pieces, and 50 gilded and diamond-set pieces.











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