MB&F has debuted its latest watch, the HM4 Thunderbolt and going by the looks of the watch, one of its parents could have been a jet. Since flying is out of the question for a watch, it settled with dual dials in place of jet engines. One of these dual dials serves the purpose of telling time, while the other shows the reserve of power available.
Created in over three years, the watch has sapphire glass top and bottom, 72 hours of power storage and MB&F’s “distinctive streamlined cock” that keeps the balance. For a watch like this, jewels become a necessity. This one has 50 jewels, five sapphire crystals, and a $158,000 pricetag.