The crafty folks behind MB&F have cranked out another watch (they make one per year) dubbed the HM4 Thunderbolt or the Horological Machine No.4, based on the Thunderbolt A10 fighter jet. No idea on the price just yet, but it won't be cheap. The watch has two bezels connected by vertical gear trains, one for time and one for power reserve.
"The sleek aerodynamic form of the Thunderbolt’s titanium and sapphire envelope has its roots in Maximilian BÃ¼sser’s childhood passion for assembling model plane kits.
Every component and form has a technical purpose; nothing is superfluous and every line and curve is in poetic harmony.
Articulated lugs ensure supreme comfort. Highly legible time is a fringe benefit."