MB&F Machine reinvent their most radical designs of HM4 Thunderbolt – transforming the original prototype into a Pièce Unique: the HM4 ‘Kittyhawk’.
MB&F Machine has continued to shock the watchmaking world and its die-hard buffs with what remain the most radical wearable machines that one can ask for. If you know a bit about aviation, the name Kittyhawk will not be unfamiliar. A version of one of the most important WW2 allied aircrafts, produced between 1938 and 1944, and nicknamed Kittyhawk, it remains one of the most iconic aircraft of that time – especially the samples rocking the typical “shark mouth” and eyes.
Just like the “nose art” of those legendary WW2 aircraft, this Pièce Unique bears a hand-painted shark mouth and eyes, along with aged time and power reserve dials.
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