Walk­ing the talk Black as night

CARL F. BUCHERER RE­LEASES WATCH IN KEEP­ING WITH ITS NEW LUX­U­RI­OUS IM­AGE BRE­ITLING UN­VEILS THE CHROOSPACE EVO NIGHT MIS­SION IN THE MID­DLE EAST.

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CARL F. BUCHERER RE­CENTLY RE­LEASED a new watch de­signed to rep­re­sent the new, lux­u­ri­ous im­age that it has rein­vented for it­self. The re­sult is the Carl F. Bucherer Manero Fly­back, which fronted by an el­e­gant cham­pagne-col­ored dial.

The watch comes with 43-mil­lime­tre rose gold case, with highly domed, non-re­flec­tive sap­phire crys­tal that har­monises visu­ally with the dial, whose base is elec­tro­plated in a cham­pagne gold color with deeper gold hues for the minute track and re­cessed sub­di­als at 3 o’clock and 9 o’clock (for chrono­graph min­utes and run­ning se­conds, respectively).

A tachymeter scale oc­cu­pies the outer flange. The ap­plied, faceted hour in­dices and lance-shaped hands are also in gold, while the date ap­pears in a framed win­dow at 6 o’clock.

In­side the case, and on dis­play be­neath a clear sap­phire case­back, is the move­ment, au­to­matic Cal­iber CFB 1970, which pow­ers all of the watch’s time­keep­ing op­er­a­tions, in­clud­ing its fly­back chrono­graph func­tion. Driven by a con­trol wheel, and op­er­ated by two mushroom-style push­ers flank­ing the grooved crown, the chrono­graph is ca­pa­ble of mak­ing mul­ti­ple time mea­sure­ments in quick suc­ces­sion, since both chrono­graph hands—the cen­tre-mounted se­conds counter and the small counter of the elapsed-min­utes sub­dial—can be re­set to zero while the stop­watch is still run­ning. The move­ment has 25 jew­els and stores a 42-hour power re­serve when fully wound.

The watch comes on a co­gnac-col­ored Louisiana al­li­ga­tor strap with a pin buckle in 18k rose gold. There are also ver­sions with a rose-gold fold­ing clasp and with a stain­less steel fold­ing clasp.

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