Already in 2018, Carl F. Bucherer launched the first model of the Manero Tourbillon Double Peripheral (Ref. 00.10920.03.13.01) with a classical rose gold case with a silvered-coloured dial. The watch brand is now presenting a new trilogy of elegant variations in rose, yellow or white gold that are available as a set or individually.
The new unlimited Tourbillon models feature a 43.1-millimeter case in yellow gold with a silver-coloured dial and a brown alligator-leather strap (Ref. 00.10920.01.13.01), or in white gold with a dark grey dial, black strap and rose gold coloured indices and hands (Ref. 00.10920.02.33.01). The third version in rose gold (Ref. 00.10920.03.93.01) now comes with a warm brown shade dial and matching brown strap.
The Manero Tourbillon Double Peripheral timepieces are powered by the manufacture caliber T3000 (65 hours power reserve) that showcases two of Carl F. Bucherer’s special technical features: the peripheral automatic winding system and the patented peripherally mounted tourbillon.
Here, the watchmakers at Carl F. Bucherer seem to have gotten the classical complication to appear as if it is floating – the tourbillon cage is supported peripherally (invisible to observers) by three ceramic ball bearings. Due to its great precision, the T3000 has been COSC-certified.
Back in 2008, Carl F. Bucherer presented the A1000 caliber, the first movement that allowed succesful series production of a peripheral automatic winding system.
All three watches are available in an exclusive collector’s set or seperately. Prices upon request.
|BRAND:||Carl F. Bucherer|
|MODEL:||Manero Tourbillon Double Peripheral|
|CASE MATERIAL:||18K yellow gold,|
18K rose gold,
18K white gold.
|DIMENSIONS:||Diameter: 43.50 mm|
|WATER RESISTANCE:||3 bar (~ 30 m)|
|DIAL:||Silver-colored, brown, dark-gray.|
|STRAP/BRACELET:||Hand-stitched Louisiana alligator leather in dark brown or black|
|MOVEMENT:||CFB T3000 manufacture caliber,|
|POWER RESERVE:||65 hours|
|FREQUENCY:||21,600 vph (3 Hz)|
|FUNCTIONS:||Hour, Minute, Small seconds, Tourbillon, Seconds stop|