MB&F Frog

A horological interpretation of the amphibious…

MB&F’s newest creation is all over the ‘Net – just Google it!  I’m impressed by the ardent and loyal following Maximillian Busser (& Friends) have built up for their young “brand”.   Seriously, MB&F has total production volume in the hundreds of units, yet from the exuberant coverage they receive online, you would think they have a marketing budget the size of Rolex’s!  Nope.  It’s all PR and word of mouth.

The fact that you love what you do and are having fun doing it is wholly evident in your timepieces.   The accolades are well deserved.  Great job, guys.

HM3 Black Frog (black Titanium) – limited edition of 12 pieces

(love the green battle axe rotor)

Can you imagine the “looks” this amphibious  creature will draw?

The first pieces of the Frog will be delivered during this month of May.

  • Henry

    It is ugly. It is like those watch toys that you get with a happy meal.

  • http://nil Dr Bernard Cheong

    It is certainlya watch that will incite love or hate. Just as the poster above has reacted.
    However, being a collector of watches, I have had more than most other collector’s fair share of experience with the work of Max Busser. All of his work, and anything linked to his name, is always done with incredible attention to detail, quality, honesty, and character…he has delivered reknowned work since 2001 with Harry Winston’s Opus 1 to 6 as well as his own team of watchmakers from 2006.
    If one can afford the price..these are VERY expensive…and if one does not need “brands” to endorse or enhance their own self worth…then looking at the works of MB&F is one of several alternatives.
    Price? a new Porsche 911…give or take a few dollars.

    • Kyle

      Hi Bernard–thanks for your comments! Good points you make!

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