HM10 Bulldog

BHD 50,850.000
by MB&F

A rounded, compact body of titanium or red gold. Two prominent aluminium time-display “eyes”, rolling at anyone who dares look its way. A collar studded with projections that allow you to wind the mainspring or set the time. Stout but flexible “legs” that wrap firmly around your wrist. Just like the creature for which it is named, there’s more to HM10 “Bulldog” than meets the eye. Its hinged jaws open and shut according to the amount of wind left in its mainspring. If you can clearly see the rows of shining teeth lining the jaws, get ready, because that means “Bulldog” is full of fight, charged up with a 45 hours of mainspring energy.

One final piece of advice for those who come across Horological Machine N°10 “Bulldog” is engraved on its body, like a cautionary message you might find on the collar of a particularly feisty canine. The beast may be intimidating, but it ultimately exists in service of another. People would do well to remember — “Forget the dog, beware of the owner”.


Functions: Hours, Minutes, Power reserve
Material: Titanium
Caseback: Sapphire Crystal
Glass: Sapphire Crystal
Dimensions: 54 x 45 x 24 mm
Dial: Hours on left dome (rotating in 12 hours)
Minutes on right dome (rotating in 60 minutes)
Power reserve indicated by opening and closing of the jaws (end of power reserve = closed jaws)
Lume: Yes
Caliber: Manual-winding in-house movement
Bespoke flying 14mm balance wheel with four traditional regulating screws floating above the domed dials. Frequency: 2.5Hz (18,000bph) 301 components / 34 jewels
Power Reserve: 45 Hours, indicated by opening and closing of the jaws (end of power reserve = closed jaws)
Water Resistance: 5 ATM
Bracelet/Strap: Brown Calf Leather
Manufactured: Switzerland

Comes with: Presentation Box


Extremely comfortable on the wrist, but still packs a bite! The HM10 Bulldog will turn heads thanks to its intriguing design. The display is clear and easy to read, but the watch itself is full of details. Like the balance wheel suspended over the dial and idea usually only seen on the Legacy Machine range. Turning the HM10 over reveals the Jaws which act as the power reserve indicator. Another example of the brands immigration.