HM4 Razzle Dazzle and Double Trouble by MB&F

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04-Mar-2012

On November 24th, at Belles Montres in Paris, the mystery was finally revealed: “Razzle Dazzle” and “Double Trouble” are in fact the names of two pinups, inspired by real pinups who adorned the noses of aircraft during WW2 and who made their way all the way to the fuselages of two HM4 limited editions. Their titanium cases are studded with real rivets. The dual dials glow and sparkle with a warm vintage patina, created using a special blend of paint mixed with very fine copper particles and cream-colored Super-LumiNova. The highlights of these very special aircraft are the two pinups – cut out of the titanium fuselage with micro-drills and then individually hand-painted by award-winning miniature painter Isabelle Villa – just like those which aircraft crews lovingly painted on the nose of their aircraft.

 

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