If you even faintly remember the MusicMachine made by MB&F in collaboration with Reuge, then you’d definitely fall for the limited edition MusicMachines in bright blue fuselage. Created by California’s Westime this is simply an electrifying and colorful enhancement of the original MusicMachine, which if we may, is a high-end desktop music box with time-honored innards of a traditional music box. The MusicMachine is made in white or black lacquered walnut wood for sound amplification, and plays six songs on a pair of metal barrels – one of them is dedicated to sci-fi themes, and the other for rock and roll.
The spaceship like design of the MusicMachine earned it a lot of laurels at the Basel World fair 2013. This is probably where Westime was fascinated to work wonders on the MusicMachine, even when they were sure it didn’t tell time. The Westime MusicMachine, which has been made in an exquisite bright blue fuselage will be available in only five pieces for $15,300 each. Interested folks can pick their prize from Westime website. Hit the jump to see MB&F founder Max Büsser walk you through the MusicMachine.
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