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).

MB&F x L’Epée 1839 Grant Transforming Clock

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.

MB&F x L’Epée 1839 Grant Transforming Clock

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