Giuliano Mazzuoli celebrates 10 years of Manometro


Italian watchmaker Giuliano Mazzuoli is celebrating ten years since it designed its first Manometro timepiece with the creation of a special edition limited to just 120 pieces.

The company, based in the Tuscan hills around Florence, designed the Manometro to look like a pressure gauge, and gave the timepiece the gauge’s Italian name.

It has been a design classic in its native Italy, and is on sale at a small number of luxury watch boutiques in the UK including Frost of London.

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The 10th anniversary special edition is designed in Italy and produced in Switzerland with a Swiss automatic movement.

The case is made of stainless steel in a polished finish with Giuliano Mazzuoli’s signature engraved just below the crown of the watch.

The dial is ivory-coloured with a hand-numbered dial that is covered with a convex sapphire glass. It is water resistant 50 meters.

The leather strap is made in Tuscany of natural calf-skin and it has a stainless steel buckle with the Mazzuoli logo inscribed on it. The watch comes packaged in a hand-made, high-quality Florentine leather box with a sewn rope embroidering.

Price of the limited edition range has not been revealed, but regular Manometro watches retail for £1500 – £4150.

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