The flagship Manero Flyback by Carl F.Bucherer will be available in a new updated version.The new variant combines the beauty of precious metal (rose gold) with unabashed retro charm and sophisticated watchmaking technology. Taking design cues from their retro models from the 1960s and 1970s,the latest Manero Flyback Chronograph timepiece captures the spirit of these bygone eras.The smooth curves of the 43 mm case in 18 k rose gold have been inspired by the watches of those decades.
Powered by the CFB 1970 caliber automatic movement the Manero Flyback Chronograph has a power reserve 42 hours , the movement is beautifully decorated with intricate circular grain finishing and Geneva stripes. Its column wheel mechanism has a long tradition in watchmaking. Its complex chronograph movement is considered to be especially elegant and makes starting, stopping, and resetting incredibly easy. The black sunburst-finished dial pops against the two silver colored totalizator sub dials a small seconds display and a 30 minute counter–while bold red accents such as the “Flyback” lettering and the outline of the chapter ring add another stunning contrast.
The view of the heart of the watch from the see through sapphire crystal case back is also astonishing and blends well with the timepiece,comes equipped with dark grey kudu leather strap with a suede finish and features red contrast stitching along with an 18 K rose gold folding pin buckle.
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