With this article, we are launching a new series of articles dedicated to watch movements. In this irregular series, we will be looking at calibers that we consider to be historically important, technically challenging and unique, or just quite simply fascinating. Today, we begin with a very close and detailed look at the movement beating inside the brand new MB&F HM6 Space Pirate. We need to point out that in this series, all our attention will be dedicated to the movement (which we will always look at uncased, and not through a sapphire case back), and we will not go into a detailed discussion related to the concept behind the watch in question – as you will always be able to (re-)acquaint yourselves with it in our original hands-on articles. Without further ado, let’s dive head first into the amazing world of MB&F movements and, more specifically, that of the MB&F HM6 Space Pirate.