Legacy Machine N°1 LM1 Alain Silberstein Titanium
|Family: ||Legacy Machines|
|Name: ||Legacy Machine N°1 LM1 Alain Silberstein Titanium|
|Produced: ||2016 - 2016|
|Limited: ||Yes, 12 units|
|Diameter: ||42.50 mm|
|Height: ||16.00 mm|
|Indexes: ||Stick / Dot|
|Hands: ||Proprietary |
Three-dimensional horological movement developed 100% for MB&F by Chronode and created by Jean-François Mojon and Kari Voutilainen. This particular version was created for the Alain Silberstein version; it features a frosted finish replacing the Geneva waves found on the 'regular' model.
Manual winding with single mainspring barrel
Power reserve: 45 hours
Balance wheel: Bespoke 14mm balance wheel with four traditional regulating screws floating above the movement and dials
Balance spring: traditional Breguet curve terminating in mobile stud holder
Balance frequency: 18,000bph/2.5Hz
Number of components: 279
Number of jewels: 23
Chatons: gold chatons with polished countersinks
Fine finishing: superlative hand finishing throughout respecting 19th-century style; internal bevel angles highlighting hand craft; polished bevels; hand-made engravings; frosted finish
|Time:||Hours, Minutes, Additional 12 Hour Hand (adjustable)|
|Additionals:||Power Reserve Indicator|
The MB&F LM1 Alain Silberstein was introduced in 2016 in a limited edition of 12 pieces each in red gold, titanium, or PVD-coated titanium. Based on the 2014 LM1, it features a dial with a distinct Alain Silberstein touch, including his signature use of geometrical shapes and primary colors. For this version, the balance bridge is done in sapphire - a feat said to have costed two years of research and development.
The movement, visible trough the sapphire crystal caseback, features a frosted finish replacing the Geneva waves found on earlier models.