Swiss watch brand MB&F and the premiere clock manufacture L’Epée 1839 reveled Grant, a triple-tracked, Mad- Max-cross-Transformer robot clock. It was developed using its 8-day, in-line manufacture movement as a structural base. Grant is an incredibly solid piece of complex high-precision micro-engineering with an impressive 268 components going into the construction of his body and clockwork. Its movement includes a mix of Geneva waves, anglage, polishing, sandblasting, circular and vertical satin finishing.
Under the transparent mineral glass dome on Grant’s “head”, the clock movement’s regulator features an Incabloc shock protection system to minimise the risk of damage when the clock is moved or transported.
The robot clock can transform into one of three different modes: lying horizontally over his chassis for a low profile; crouching at 45 degrees; and sitting up 90 degrees. Its time shield, that doesn’t feature digital numerals or second hand, can always be set to an optimal viewing angle.
Grant’s left arm holds a spinning disk, while his right arm clasps a removable grenade launcher which doubles as the winding and time-setting key for his 8-day clockwork. This robot clock is available in three limited editions of 50 pieces each in Nickel, Black, and Blue.
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