The newest watch from newer Swiss watchmaker MB&F is the firm’s first chronograph. The company calls the timepiece the Legacy Machine Sequential EVO. But it takes a uniquely MB&F route to design to produce this watch.
The MB&F Legacy Machine Sequential EVO features two discrete chronograph sections working in concert through one movement. The design divides the watch face into two sections, giving it an incredibly technical look.
Two chronographs means multiple operational pushers, of course, and the Legacy Machine Sequential EVO places them on the band, on either side of the case. The firm’s in-house designed ‘Twinverter’ offers unusual features for a chronograph, combining the muscle of both chronograph sections. The watch has a power reserve of 72 hours.
The Legacy Machine Sequential is made with a zirconium case, and has a water resistance of 80 meters. It comes with a rubber strap with a titanium buckle, and is priced at $180,000.