NEW from MB&F: Legacy Machine 101 (LM101) with their first in-house developed calibre!

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    Picture NEW from MB&F: Legacy Machine 101 (LM101) with their first in-house developed calibre!

    MB&F released the NEW Legacy Machine 101 (LM101) today. You may have seen it already, because it seems like every watch blog and watch site is posting about the watch.



    So I will keep this short for the time being: The new Legacy Machine distills timekeeping down to its bare essentials with displays for hours, minutes and power reserve. The beautifully hand finished movement, MB&F's first in-house developed calibre, is housed in a modestly-sized 40mm case, ensuring that this Machine wears as well as it looks, even on slimmer wrists.



    LM101 is available in red gold or white gold. Prices start at USD 59,000 and the first ones are expected by the end of June.




    For more information please click: www.mbandf.com/machines/legacy-machines/lm101/#/intro
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    Ernie Romers
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    Re: NEW from MB&F: Legacy Machine 101 (LM101) with their first in-house developed calibre!

    Glancing at that one for the time would be a real focus problem.

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    Re: NEW from MB&F: Legacy Machine 101 (LM101) with their first in-house developed calibre!

    This is the first MB&F I would actually consider buying.

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    Re: NEW from MB&F: Legacy Machine 101 (LM101) with their first in-house developed calibre!

    Its a liker...but im just worried about getting tired of the balance wheel on the dial.
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    AK93 (@thejourneguy)

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