TeChFraMe Ferrari 70 Years tourBillon Chronograph
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.