The new Carl F. Bucherer Manero Peripheral Perpetual Calendar from Swiss luxury watch brand Carl F. Bucherer is available in striking colorways ideal for contemporary urban lifestyles. This high-end mechanical timepiece combines a perpetual calendar, a moon-phase display and a peripherally mounted automatic winding system.
The Carl F. Bucherer Manero Peripheral Perpetual Calendar displays the leap year, date, day, month and moon phase in a small window and four sub-dials. The moon-phase complication is an exquisite piece of craftsmanship in itself. It is comprised of hand-engraved hemispheric rose gold moons on aventurine.
As the name suggests, this watch incorporates a peripherally mounted automatic winding system. With a bidirectional oscillating Weight that turns on three frictionless ceramic ball-bearings housed in shock- absorbing mountings, this ensures that the view of the movement from the caseback is never obscured. Integrating all these components and boasting a 55-hour power reserve, the self-winding CFB A2055 Calibre exemplifies the watchmaking finesse of Carl F. Bucherer Manero Peripheral Perpetual Calendar Dressed in an 18K rose gold case, the CFB Manero Peripheral Perpetual Calendar is available in four dial versions: Black, green, taupe and rose.
Each Carl F. Bucherer Manero Peripheral Perpetual Calendar features a sunray-brushed dial center and opaline index zone, with rose-gold-plated wedge index marks to complement the case. Dials are color-matched to calf skin straps that feature a Milky Way texture, quick release system and 18K rose gold pin-lock folding clasp.