Carl F. Bucherer Manero Flyback
A classical case in rose gold and a champagne-colored dial bring an incomparable elegance to this new timepiece.
A gran turismo and a fine chronograph share a certain evocative style and sport pedigree. Their appeal is not merely aesthetic, both GT and timepiece ally sportiness with elegance and technical prowess. Carl F. Bucherer's Manero Flyback embodies these very same characteristics, and it has become the timepiece of choice for men who appreciate style and powerful performance. The traditional Lucerne-based brand now imbues this elegant timepiece with additional charisma in a new variant.
The new Manero Flyback features an exceptionally superior dial in its latest iteration. Its gold and champagne-colored surface coordinates flawlessly with the warm rose gold of the case and is in complete harmony with the Manufacture's new golden brand identity that was launched last year.
With this chromatic detail, the sole luxury watch manufacturer in the heart of Switzerland pays homage to its home town of Lucerne, with its proud baroque heritage. The base color of the new electroplated dial is a gleaming champagne gold, while the dial train and the two subsidiary dials stand out in a deeper golden hue. The seconds display at 9 o'clock and the stop minutes at 3 o'clock are recessed, and work with the peripheral flange – complete with tachometer scale – to accentuate the three-dimensional design of the dial.
The harmony of the colors is perfected by the delicately faceted applied hour-markers and the hands in their rose gold hue. Lance-shaped hands display the time in typical Manero style, while the thinner hand indicates the chronograph seconds reading. The entire watch face is protected by a 4-millimeter high sapphire crystal with an anti-reflective coating on both sides.
The classical 43 mm round case is secured on the wrist by a cognac-color alligator leather strap complete with gold pin buckle. The mushroom-shaped pushers controlling the chronograph function highlight the classical style of the watch, while their large surface area offers practical advantages.
The Caliber CFB 1970 offers a 42-hour power reserve an is operated by a control wheel which also possesses a flyback function. Thanks to this function, a series of consecutive time measurements can be made one after the other.
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