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Manero Tourbillon Double Peripheral

Carl F. Bucherer

Manero Tourbillon Double-Peripheral

Is it possible for a tourbillon to float in space?

Yes, states Carl F. Bucherer whose Manero Tourbillon DoublePeripheral is the first watch to combine peripheral automatic winding with an off-centre tourbillon which, having no connection to the main plate or bridge, appears as though suspended in the dial. The movement inside the 18k rose gold case is the in-house designed and made CFB T3000, with a stop-seconds function on the tourbillon and COSC chronometer certification. The 43mm case provides a suitably elegant setting for this Manufacture movement, whose regulating organ is visible from both the front and back of the watch.