The Hm6 Space Pirate is a Striking Sci-Fi Watch

By: Laura McQuarrie - Nov 11, 2014
References: mbandf & luxuo
Aside from it having a strap, the HM6 Space Pirate doesn't look much like a conventional watch. The timepiece by MB&F takes inspiration from a mix of Japanese sci-fi cartoons and biodesign from the 1970s. The result is a striking watch that's has a design that looks as though an advanced flying machine has perched on your wrist, although it looks as though it could take off at any moment.

The watch has four spherical bubbles that display the hour and minutes, along with two spherical turbines that spin to automatically wind the watch. At its center, this spacey watch houses a 60-second flying tourbillon piece in another dome that can be shielded from UV radiation with a retractable black piece to cover the small dome. Only 100 of the HM6 Space Pirate models will be made.