SIHH 2019: Hands-on the MB&F + L’EPEE 1839 Medusa table clock

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SIHH 2019: Hands-on the MB&F + L’EPEE 1839 Medusa table clock

Thu, 01/31/2019 - 15:11
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The MB&F + L’EPEE 1839 Medusa table clock (it also can be ceiling mounted) is available in three limited editions of 50 pieces each with green, blue, or pink Murano hand-blown glass dome and tentacles. In its tenth collaboration with Switzerland’s premier clockmaker, L’Epée 1839, MB&F plunges into warm ocean waters where the beautiful and ancient jellyfish proliferate.

Display Hours and minutes Size Dimensions: Hanging position: 286 mm tall x 250 mm diameter Standing position: 323 mm tall x 250 mm diameter Components total: 231 Weight: approximately 6kg (the exact weight of the hand-blown glass dome varies) Body/frame Dome/tentacles: Murano hand-blown glass Movement and standing base: stainless steel and brass Indexes and top plate with Super-LumiNova Engine L’Epée suspended movement, designed and manufactured in-house Balance frequency: 2.5 Hz / 18,000 bph Power reserve: 7 days Movement components: 155 Jewels: 23 Incabloc shock protection system Movement finishing: Geneva waves, anglage, polishing, sandblasting, circular and vertical graining, satin finishing. Integrated winding key to both set the time and wind the movement (propeller at the bottom of the movement). !!Dual configuration!! Ceiling-mounted: Medusa can be ceiling mounted thanks to the buckle located at the top of the movement. In this configuration the glass tentacles can be hung on the movement. Standing: Medusa can stand on a table by way of a special metal base.

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