We don’t really understand the world of high-end timepieces, but that’s mostly because we never had the budget to really look into it. For those of you with a deeper wallet, and a discerning sense of aesthetic, comes the Arachnophobia timepiece. It’s designed by high-end watchmaker MB&F, and made by Swiss manufacturer L’Épée, and at the very least is striking enough to impress even someone who’s no expert in luxury clocks.
If you happen to know anything about these types of items, we’re going to list some of the features in case they make sense to you.
– Balance frequency: 18,000 bph / 2.5Hz
– Power reserve of 8 days
– 218 components and 11 jewels
– Incabloc shock protection system
– Mechanism in palladium-plated brass or gold-plated brass
– Winding: key winding and time setting on underside of clock
– Movement finishing: includes Côtes de Genève, anglage, polishing, sand-blasting, circular and vertical satin finishing
– ARACHNOPHOBIA’S BODY
Dimensions: 203 mm in height (legs extended); clock diameter (legs flat) 405 mm; movement dimensions 75.3 x 134.9 x 63.8 mm
Weight: gold-plated version 1.96 kg; black version 0.98 kg
So if you can swing the $16,000 to $18,000 these cost, they’ll definitely make a more an eye-catching item to display in your home.