Carl F. Bucherer has expanded its Manero Flyback collection with the addition of a new chronograph.
With an 18k rose gold case that houses a column-wheel mechanism, designers on the new model have taken inspiration from models dating back to original watches from the 60s and 70s.
The new Manero Flyback chronograph is powered by a CFB 1970 caliber automatic movement and has a power reserve of 42 hours.
Aiming to be user-friendly, the watch incorporates a column-wheel mechanism and movement known for making starting, stopping and resetting an easy process.
The flyback function of the chronograph also only requires a simple push reset the stopwatch second hand and get it going again.
Becoming the eighth timepiece to join the collection, variations include a classic model with a rose gold case and a black, silver, or champagne colored dial, a robust stainless steel model with a silver-colored or blue grey dial, and a retro style masterpiece with a black dial housed in a stainless steel case.
In January last year, WatchPro covered the news that Bucherer, the largest watch retailer in Europe, had bought Torneau, America’s largest fine watch business for an undisclosed sum.
Now, all Carl F. Bucherer products, including its latest release, will be stocked in all Torneau stores across the US.
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