We've seen some pretty interesting timepieces from MB&F (Maximilian
Büsser & Friends) over the years, including the airplane-aping Horological Machine No. 4 (HM4) "Thunderbolt" and utterly distinctive HM6 "Space Pirate".
The latest effort – released to celebrate the company's 10th
anniversary – is no less stunning, offering an automotive theme and
suitably unusually method of display.
For those that like to mix and match their jewelry to match their outfits, Covair is looking to make what it calls classic timepieces with interchangeable components. This means you can swap the face or strap out for another whenever and wherever style dictates or the mood strikes you.
In the past, Michigan-based outdoor cooking enthusiast Jon Stein used
his dive watch to time the cooking of foods on his barbecue. Once he
realized that he barely ever used the watch for its actual intended
purpose, however, he set out to make one that was specifically designed
for use by his fellow grillers. The GrillTimer is the result.