The Manero Tourbillon impresses with elegance and technical finesse. A circular cutout in the dial at 6 o'clock offers a view onto the moving heart of the tourbillon. The date is shown with a third hand. The numbers change position at 3 and 9 o'clock, allowing comfortable reading. The in-house manufacture movement CFB T1001 enables an average 70-hour power reserve. The remaining energy is displayed on the the power reserve indicator at the 9 o'clock position. The superior dial is complemented by a 24-hour display at 12 o'clock.
The traditional complexity of the tourbillon takes on a contemporary interpretation with the concisely positioned wedge-shaped index hour markers, the bold writing and digits typical for Carl F. Bucherer, and the tapered hour and minute hands. This elegance is skillfully carried through with a luxurious housing made of fine rose gold and, for the first time, with a satin-brushed dial in a velvety brown color, especially created for Carl F. Bucherer. This combination is complemented by a brown alligator leather strap and a clasp in rose gold.
The Manero Tourbillon was presented for the first time at Baselworld 2015 and is available worldwide in a limited edition of only 188 pieces. The timepiece is also available with a black or a silver dial.