Hublot MP-05 LaFerrari
Where to begin? From the horizontally-aligned tourbillon at the base to the winding drill (yes, drill) that enables the wearer to wind the watch and set the time, this feat of engineering, of which 50 were produced, parallels the technological splendor of the flagship supercar for which it was named. This LaFerrari boasts a 50-day power reserve — a world record for a hand-wound tourbillon wristwatch — achieved through 11 barrels, of which two alone are used to indicate the hour and minutes. With its see-through front and back, the barrels cascade down the watch in a spine formation, entirely reminiscent of Ferrari’s awe-inspiring engines housed under glass. The cylinders to the left indicate the power reserve while those to the right tell the time. Reinforcement bars — in red, naturally — are placed on either side as support. In total, this timepiece houses 637 pieces — the most components ever mastered by Hublot engineers.