MB&F HM4 Thunderbolt Watch

The MB&F HM4 Thunderbolt Watch ($158,000.00). Everything about it screams original. First of all, MB&F itself is a company that has set aside a special collection for those with taste (you guys) which encompasses designs that they believe they would have made had they been around in the 18th and 19th centuries. They call these watches “horological machines” (horology being the art of measuring time), but with all the women you’ll undoubtedly pull wearing them, they might as well call them “man whore-ological”.

Unlike conventional (i.e. boring) watches, the face of the watch does not face perpendicular to your arm, but parallel to it, making it unnecessary to bring your watch to your face if you want to read the time. It is also made of Grade 5 sapphire and titanium, about the coolest-sounding combinations of words ever spoken.


And, going along with the whole eco-friendly fad, the watch is solar-powered and displays how much time is left on its 72-hour reserve. 72 hours gives you up to 3 chances to get that watch charged by the sun, so unless you’re stuck inside all day admiring the watch, it should be plenty. The Thunderbolt is truly one of a kind and is sure to attract major attention whether you be at a fancy gala or the “after party”. No wonder the time displays are shaped like bullets, this thing’s a killer.