As far as watch names go, the MB&F HM10 Bulldog is pretty aptly named for obvious reasons. The watch actually looks like a bulldog, but it’s hardly a surprising move from the Swiss watch brand. They’ve been bringing creative 3D watches to the market for a while now and to great success.
The Bulldog has an oval shape with one flattened end. The dome’s sapphire crystal has two cone-shaped orbs in it that look like the eyes of a bulldog. The crowns come out on the top and finish the look, resembling a bulldog’s ears. Looking at the watch from a side profile, the sapphire looks like the dog’s head while the lugs that attach the strap look like the dog’s legs. The lugs are also moveable. If you look just below the crystal dome, you’ll see what looks like a dog’s mouth, complete with bared teeth. The teeth are actually the power reserve indication. When the watch is fully wound, the mouth is open, but as the power drains, the mouth will close. That grin is only visible to the wearer thanks to the angle of the teeth.
MB&F used a 301-part movement developed especially for this watch. The manual winding movement has 45 hours of power reserve. Hours are indicated on a 12-hour rotating dial in the left dome, while the minutes are on the right on a 60-minute dial. The hour and minute markers and indices are all treated with Super-LumiNova. The case measures 45mm in diameter, but measured nose to tail, the Bulldog is 54mm long. The strap is made of calf leather. You can pick up the Bulldog in titanium with blue eyes for $105,000, or titanium and 18-karat 5N rose gold with black eyes for $120,000. That might seem pretty expensive, but man’s best friend is well worth the price.