We’re seen some tremendous timepieces from the folks at MB&F and here’s the latest, their Starfleet Machine table clock. Engineered by L’Epée 1839, Switzerland’s older high-end clock manufacture, this Star Trek-inspired clock is executed perfectly. Taking shape after the DS9 space station from the sci-fi franchise, the Starfleet Machine is suspended within a steel c-shaped ring and held up by 3 supporting arcs. The highly visible, superlatively finished in-house movement delivers a power reserve of 40 days while showing off MB&F’s continued push to further innovation in watchmaking while still holding true to classic ethos of the industry. The hours and minutes are indicated on the central black dome by hand-polished hands that follow the dome’s curved contours. Look beyond this and you’ll see a smaller rotating dome, accompanied by a revolving radar dish that helps you keep an eye on remaining power reserve. Five bars shows the movement’s fully wound while one bar means Starfleet Machine is running low with eight days of remaining power.