MB&F HMX Black Badger & Starfleet Machine Black Badger clock gets glowing treatment from Black Badger Advanced Composites
For the Performance Art collection, James Thompson of Black Badger has reimagined two watches: HMX, first launched in 2015 for MB&F’s 10th Anniversary, and Starfleet Machine, MB&F’s first table clock, created with L’Epée 1839. Black Badger is in demand from all quarters right now, as the company manufactures a high-performance solid luminous compound that can be milled into any shape and exhibits a powerful and lasting glow.
Black Badger exists on the outside of several industries, without really belonging to any, but at the same time the company has a strong following in the watch world. The glow-in-the-dark and self-illuminating materials that the company uses look amazing on the extraordinary watch designs from MB&F.
For MB&F HMX Black Badger, Black Badger redesigned the “rocker cover” of HMX’s Engine, visible under the supercar-like sapphire crystal cover, milled from his signature solid blocks of brightly coloured, high-efficiency lume. Available in three colors, Radar Green, Phantom Blue, and Purple Reign, the titanium and steel MB&F HMX Black Badger features a cool blue fully luminous time display and Black Badger luminous inserts on the “rocker panels.”
the MB&F Starfleet Machine Black Badger is a limited edition piece in palladium plated brass available with the same three lume colors as the MB&F HMX Black Badger. For this high-precision, 40-day power reserve table clock that looks like a spaceship, James Thompson added his exclusive lume under the ring running around the movement, to the inside of the spaceship’s landing legs, and the indication domes and hands.
The MB&F HMX Black Badger models will be available for $49,650 and an MB&F Starfleet Machine Black Badger will cost around $34,200.
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