MB&F and L’Epée 1839 has announced a new mechanical clock that consists of 268-components and transforms between lying horizontally, to crouching, to sitting up.
The Grant mechanical clock is named after a WWII tank and is armed with a spinning disk in his left hand and a removable grenade launcher in his right hand (that doubles as the winding and time-setting key).
An Incabloc shock protection system keeps him safe from attacks, so to speak, and prevents damage from shocks. Three rubber tracks allow Grant to move around.
A hand-wound movement drives the hour and minute hands for up to do 8-days. Grant is available in three limited editions of 50 pieces each in nickel, black, or blue. Retail price is CHF 22,200.
Learn more at MB&F.