MB&F + L’Epée 1839 The Fifth Element

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The MB&F Fifth Element Weather Station blends alien-themed design

The MB&F Fifth Element Weather Station blends alien-themed design with traditional craftsmanship. Created in collaboration with Swiss clockmaker L'Epée 1839, it consists of four mechanical elements — a thermometer, a barometer, a hygrometer, and, of course, a clock. Each one is modeled after a UFO, can operate as a standalone unit, and sits in a "mothership" piloted by MB&F's signature alien Ross, powered by his own manually-wound movement. Limited to 18 pieces each in silver, PVD black, or PVD blue.

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