The new rainbow watch with 40 precious stones by Carl F. Bucherer is a unique work of art

Carl F. Bucherer (CFB) wants to redefine its brand identity and is banking on a touch of exuberance combined with a host of colors. The new Manero Tourbillon Double Peripheral Paradise watch is the perfect illustration of this new creative desire of the 135-year-old Swiss watchmaker.

For this limited edition model, CFB has chosen a 40mm case in 18-carat pink gold. The bezel, so special, features the colors of the rainbow with a total of 40 precious stones (baguette cut), including sapphires, tsavorites and rubies. The reminder of the stones is present on the indexes of the black sun-brushed dial while the reminder of the pink gold is located on the dauphine hands of the watch.

The automatic movement and the CFB T3000 manufacture caliber of the Manero Tourbillon Double Peripheral Paradise give it a power reserve of 65 hours. This young, vibrant and dynamic look is complemented by a black hybrid rubber strap. To ensure perfect similarity from one watch to another, the watchmaking company relies on a meticulous selection of each stone.

Beyond its explosive design, this new Carl F. Bucherer is one of the most elaborate timepieces in its history. The watch has “two elements patented by CFB: an automatic winding system and a suspended tourbillon cage”, as the watchmaker specifies.

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