TeChFraMe Fer­rari 70 Years tour­Bil­lon Chrono­graph

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de­sign ef­fort and started from the most ba­sic el­e­ment: the en­gine or, in this case, the watch move­ment. The dial, which is par­tially skele­tonized, show­cases a fast ro­tat­ing tour­bil­lon at 7 o’clock and the chrono­graph sec­onds and minute coun­ters at 3 and 11 o’clock, re­spec­tively. For the de­sign of the case, Man­zoni fol­lowed a con­cept used in ac­tual Fer­rari cars: light­est yet strong­est. To that end he used ti­ta­nium and the unique PEEK car­bon (Polyether Ether Ke­tone) poly­mer.

As you turn the watch around, there’s a clear in­scrip­tion on the sap­phire case-back that this time­piece was made to honor the Pranc­ing Horse’s 70 years. That case-back, by the way, is equally sump­tu­ous, fea­tur­ing a base­plate that looks a bit like an hour­glass. It’s clear to say, if you do drive a Fer­rari, then you sim­ply must have one of th­ese on your wrist.

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