Cuervo y Sobrinos Robusto Manjuari 1882, ref. 2808.1N3
Baselworld - Robusto Manjuari 1882, the sportiest, most high-tech collection from Cuervo y Sobrinos, is enriched with a new, three-sphere version that boasts very innovative features.
A modular case in steel, titanium and rubber, high-performance waterproofing, screw-on crown, maximum visibility and rubber for the case sides, too, giving it a very technical look. The rotating lunette in titanium and crystal ensures maximum readability even at great depths
This is a very sporty, innovative watch able to descend to great depths, that is, to 1882 feet, nearly 600 meters, with “1882” also standing for the year the brand was founded.
Self-winding movement, 25 jewels at 28,800 frequencies and a 38-hour power reserve.
Attractive in appearance and extremely comfortable to wear thanks to its soft rubber strap, with branded red lining.
It’s inspired by a fish that’s an icon of Cuba, the “Manjuari”. A species endemic to the Caribbean Sea, prehistoric in origin, indigenous and now protected. This fish, with its unique appearance and peculiar shape is engraved on the rear of the watch to emphasize its sporty, undersea characteristics.
“El tiempo lento”: the firm’s motto perfectly encapsulates its approach. Its world is that of early twentieth-century Havana, a period of luxury and elegance in which time takes on a different dimension.Find out more
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