Carl F. Bucherer’s brand new in-house movement, the CFB A2000, which was designed and produced at the watchmakers’ own development workshops in Lucerne. The movement features a double-sided self-winding mechanism and peripherally arranged rotor. And in order to maintain consistently high accuracy, the watchmakers focused on a free-breathing balance spiral that experiences no change in its effective length. The motion of the watch is calibrated using pivotablemasselottes, which are small weights that sit on the four balance arms and control the inertia of the balance. The movement oscillates at 4 Hz or 28,800 vibrations per hour.
Manero Peripheral timepiece, Carl F. Bucherer is consolidating its reputation as an innovative manufacture brand. It also marks the launch —after several years of innovation work— of the CFB A2000 caliber series, designed and produced entirely in the watchmaker’s own development workshops. The CFB A2050 movement was specially developed on the basis of the CFB A2000 for the new Manero Peripheral. In addition to its central hours and minutes hands, the new Manero displays the small seconds at 6 o’clock and the date at 3 o’clock.
Price $18,600 USD for 18K rose gold.