MHD Watches are the brainchild of car designer Matthew Humphries. Getting his start in the world of automotive design (like, real deal, cars-driving-on-the-road auto design), he turned his car-inspired design eye towards another passion — watches. After seeing his Morgan Aeromax, Supersports, and 3 wheeler on the road, it was time to pay some attention to his wrist. The automotive world and the watch world have always been close, with a lot of interest spanning the two hobbies. From timing races with an old chronograph to dedicated driving watches with tilted dials, the DNA between the machines you drive and their smaller wrist-worn counterparts runs deep.
Today, we’re looking at MHD’s latest watch, the Streamliner. This is the first watch from the brand in which the design process was opened up to feedback from fans of the brand. Matthew showed various design iterations throughout the process and made changes based on feedback. While it sounds like a process that could get hairy (comments section, anyone?), the resulting watch truly is something fun, unique, and very easy to wear. Let’s dig in and take a closer look at the Streamliner from MHD.