Legacy Machine No 1 – Technical Specifications from MB&F
Coming from the Jellyfish collection, the Snowmobile Adventure watch (as I will call it) was a sort of evolutionary step between the Jellyfish (see hands-on here) and the later Black Mamba watch (see hands-on here - which didn't quite make it to retail yet as I understand). The Jellyfish name comes from how the watch is meant to appear from the side with the straps held down. Nubeo's talented designer Ivan Castro is fascinated by the incorporation of organic shapes into industrial design. The watch includes the look of a Jellyfish, with vertebrae like structures in the strap (which are actually black ceramic inserts), as well as a range of other beautiful curves mixed with into the time telling machine.
As I discussed in my earlier article on the Gerald Genta version, the watch was created to have optimal sound - it was pretty impressive, I have to say - but for that you want to stick with the titanium model. The case is large, but not insanely so, at 46mm wide (wider with the crown and such).