Already having in its collection a model that combines a flyback chronograph with a perpetual calendar in a relatively compact, elegant body, the Swiss watchmaking house has recently decided to re-introduce the limited-edition model in two new versions. Available soon both in stainless steel and rose gold, the new Carl F. Bucherer Manero ChronoPerpetual automatic chronograph will arrive in two limited lots of 150 and 100 (ref. 00.10906.03.33.01 in 18-karat rose gold, pictured below) numbered pieces respectively. It will be pricey, too, but that’s to be expected from a watch of such unique pedigree.
Carl F. Bucherer
The high-tech Carl F. Bucherer Patravi TravelTec Four X (Ref. 00.10620.22.93.01) chronometer was officially introduced at the Baselworld 2012 trade show in March 2012.
The recent addition to the growing Manero family that successfully blends sportiness and elegance, the 2011 Carl F. Bucherer Manero CentralChrono (refs. 00.10910.08.33.01, 00.10910.08.13.21 & 00.10910.08.33.21) offers a new take on a centuries-old idea of a luxury chronograph.
The Swiss-based maker of elite watches has recently announced a more affordable Adamavi line of dressy timekeepers that are powered by inexpensive automatic and even quartz calibers but presented in precious rose gold cases. Among them, is the new Carl F. Bucherer Adamavi (Ref. 00.10307.03.16.01).
The new Carl F. Bucherer Manero AutoDate (refs. 00.10908.03.13.01 & 00.10908.03.13.21) self-winding timekeeper looks like one of the most serious competitors to the legendary Patek Philippe Calatrava series of mechanical dress watches.
Carl F. Bucherer knows a thing or two about how to reach a woman`s heart. Designed for a modern and emancipated lady, the luxury Patravi EvoTec BigDate (ref. 00.10628.03.77.11) offers not only lots of gold and precious stones but also adds to the grand total an in-house automatic movement: something that you don’t see that often in this niche where most brands prefer inexpensive quartz engines to true masterpieces of engineering!