The piece's predecessor, Horological Machine 1 was fitted with a wide range of complications. The team managed to design, engineer and bring together the complications in the most unconventional and sophisticated way.
The Horological Machine 1 united a seven-day power reserve with a tourbillon. However, the zest of MB and F lies in the execution of the timepiece and unforeseen manner of bringing to life these complicated functions. The team put the major accent upon style and engineering of their creation.
Max Busser promises his team will get the Horological Machine 2 ready for launching into the public this autumn. As for any further details - looks, functionality, case style - these are kept a secret.
According to Max Busser, Eric Giroud and he finished designing the Horological Machine 2 at the start of 2005. However, they totally redesigned the piece by the end of the same year.
For the movement development, Max Busser has invited the master watchmaker who is unknown to the majority of public but is greatly appreciated by real watch aficionados. Max is really pleased to have a unique opportunity to introduce to everyone the watchmaker who up to this moment stayed in the shadows of the great brands he was creating mechanisms for.
No doubt the Horological Machine 2 is worth waiting for.