Carl F. Bucherer

Carl F. Bucherer Manero Tourbillon Double Peripheral

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Description

A watch from Carl F. Bucherer promises both tradition and excellence. The brand is steeped in the precision of traditional watchmaking, yet their designs are always modern. The brand is known for its exceptional quality and in particular the Tourbillon Double Peripheral collection, Bicompax chronographs, and cutting edge ScubaTec diver watches. Even after 130 years, the Carl F. Bucherer lives on to produce magnificent watches that are appreciated and sought out the world over. 

For design fans and vintage-lovers, 1956 was a true banner year, giving us the Saarinen Tulip Chair and Eames Lounge Chair, Grace Kelly’s wedding dress and Elvis Presley’s first number one hit. Meanwhile, Switzerland was also celebrating a premiere of its own: it was around this time that Carl F. Bucherer introduced a chronograph with a design that was ahead of its time.

It is revered as the highest achievement in watchmaking: the tourbillon. Only a few masters of the craft can lay claim to the delicacy and absolute accuracy that must come into play to build a tourbillon.

The new Manero Tourbillon DoublePeripheral houses the CFB T3000, a movement developed specifically for the watch in-house by Carl F. Bucherer. It’s said to be a world first which combines a peripheral automatic winding system and a peripherally mounted tourbillon that appears to float. The newly designed CFB T3000 caliber provides an unhindered view of the regulator both from above and below, making the tourbillon appear to float within the movement. The tourbillon cage is actually supported peripherally by three ceramic ball bearings, which ensure a stable connection, precise guidance, and smooth running, while at the same time remaining invisible to observers. Further highlights are the stop-seconds function of the tourbillon and the fact that the movement is a COSC-certified chronometer.

Carl F. Bucherer also uses state-of-the-art technology for the escapement, which has a pallet and escape wheel made from silicon. Due to its low friction, this system can run without lubrication, which increases the power reserve to at least 65 hours, and cannot be negatively impacted by magnetic fields. This modern construction allows for a high level of accuracy and meets the requirements of the chronometer norm. With a diameter of 43 millimeters, the case, made from 18-karat rose gold, provides an elegant setting for this new manufacture movement. Its classic round shape with a slight protuberance at the crown is a traditional and established feature of the Manero family. The convex silver-colored dial features appliquéd gold-plated wedge-shaped indices and faceted gold-plated lancet-shaped hands. The watch comes on a hand-stitched brown alligator-leather strap.

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Description

A watch from Carl F. Bucherer promises both tradition and excellence. The brand is steeped in the precision of traditional watchmaking, yet their designs are always modern. The brand is known for its exceptional quality and in particular the Tourbillon Double Peripheral collection, Bicompax chronographs, and cutting edge ScubaTec diver watches. Even after 130 years, the Carl F. Bucherer lives on to produce magnificent watches that are appreciated and sought out the world over. 

For design fans and vintage-lovers, 1956 was a true banner year, giving us the Saarinen Tulip Chair and Eames Lounge Chair, Grace Kelly’s wedding dress and Elvis Presley’s first number one hit. Meanwhile, Switzerland was also celebrating a premiere of its own: it was around this time that Carl F. Bucherer introduced a chronograph with a design that was ahead of its time.

It is revered as the highest achievement in watchmaking: the tourbillon. Only a few masters of the craft can lay claim to the delicacy and absolute accuracy that must come into play to build a tourbillon.

The new Manero Tourbillon DoublePeripheral houses the CFB T3000, a movement developed specifically for the watch in-house by Carl F. Bucherer. It’s said to be a world first which combines a peripheral automatic winding system and a peripherally mounted tourbillon that appears to float. The newly designed CFB T3000 caliber provides an unhindered view of the regulator both from above and below, making the tourbillon appear to float within the movement. The tourbillon cage is actually supported peripherally by three ceramic ball bearings, which ensure a stable connection, precise guidance, and smooth running, while at the same time remaining invisible to observers. Further highlights are the stop-seconds function of the tourbillon and the fact that the movement is a COSC-certified chronometer.

Carl F. Bucherer also uses state-of-the-art technology for the escapement, which has a pallet and escape wheel made from silicon. Due to its low friction, this system can run without lubrication, which increases the power reserve to at least 65 hours, and cannot be negatively impacted by magnetic fields. This modern construction allows for a high level of accuracy and meets the requirements of the chronometer norm. With a diameter of 43 millimeters, the case, made from 18-karat rose gold, provides an elegant setting for this new manufacture movement. Its classic round shape with a slight protuberance at the crown is a traditional and established feature of the Manero family. The convex silver-colored dial features appliquéd gold-plated wedge-shaped indices and faceted gold-plated lancet-shaped hands. The watch comes on a hand-stitched brown alligator-leather strap.

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