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Bulgari Octo Roma Grande Sonnerie Perpetual Calendar

A 1180-part movement housed within a 44mm case, for an exceptionally complicated watch.

The Octo Roma Grande Sonnerie Perpetual Calendar which debuted at Baselworld 2019 has been created to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the first Grande Sonnerie by Gerald Genta in 1994. It is an impeccable new addition to Bulgari’s Grande Sonnerie assortment which includes more than 90 Grande Sonnerie watches. The movements have been fine-tuned from the beginning, and benefit from a security setting that protects the movement when winding with the chime and avoids activating the minute repeating system in grande sonnerie mode, offering the ultimate available know-how for such a complex movement.

Octo Roma Grande Sonnerie Perpetual Calendar

Octo Roma Grande Sonnerie Perpetual Calendar © Bulgari

This exceptionally complicated watch houses the automatic caliber BVL 980 made of 1180 components. Its aligns grande and petite sonnerie, minute repeater, tourbillon, perpetual calendar, moon phases, movement and chime power reserve indicators. 

The 44-mm case is made in carbon CTP and features a carbon middle part, a blend that delivers the best sound experience. The indexes, hands, moon, crown and push buttons are made of  rose gold and the dial of smoked sapphire. The black alligator strap is equipped with a titanium with DLC treatment folding clasp.

Octo Roma Grande Sonnerie Perpetual Calendar

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