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Manero Tourbillon DoublePeripheral

Carl F. Bucherer 2018

ref. 00.10920.03.13.01
Men's

The inventor, in 2008, of a particularly robust and reliable peripheral winding system, Carl F. Bucherer makes use of the same principle to suspend the Tourbillon in its Manero Tourbillon DoublePeripheral. There are no bridges, upper or lower, to carry the tourbillon; instead, the peripherally mounted cage is guided by three ceramic ball bearings and laterally driven by a wheel (hidden from view). For the pallet and the escape wheel, the Lucerne-based watchmaker has chosen silicon whose properties contribute to the movement's excellent precision: conform to chronometer requirements. A stop-seconds function – rarely seen on a tourbillon – allows the watch to be synchronised with a standard time. Exactly 217 years after Abraham-Louis Breguet invented the tourbillon, and 98 years after Alfred Helwig imagined the flying tourbillon, Carl F. Bucherer writes its own page in history with the invention of the floating tourbillon.

Function

  • Function
    Hours, Minutes, Small seconds

Complications

  • Display
    Stop function via the crown
  • Regulating mechanism
    Flying tourbillon
  • Other complication
    See presentation text

Movement

  • Movement name
    CFB T3000
  • Energy supply
    Self-winding
  • N° of components
    189
  • N° of jewels
    32
  • Power reserve
    65 hours
  • Form
    Round
  • Height/thickness
    6.66 mm
  • Diameter
    36.50 mm

Case

  • Form
    Round
  • Material
    Pink gold
  • Height/thickness
    11.57 mm
  • Diameter
    43.10 mm
  • Back
    Sapphire
  • Water-resistance
    30 m

Dial

  • Colour
    Argenté

Strap

  • Material
    Alligator
  • Colour
    Brown
  • Fastening
    Folding clasp

Characteristics

  • Certifications
    COSC