BUCHERER @ Men's Watches With A Touch of Style

Carl F. Bucherer's watchmaking skills, technical innovations and continuity are values that define the brand. The latest Adamavi stands for a feeling that these watches trigger in the wearer: translated from the Latin, Adamavi literally means “to come to love something” or “to take pleasure in something”. Because all the models in the range are characterized by timeless simplicity and mechanical reliability, they are more than just timepieces. They are true companions whose visual appeal will outlast the short-lived trends of our present time, conferring an aura of reliability and continuity upon their owners. One striking model in the Adamavi family is the Adamavi Pavé, perfectly executed in 18 K rose gold. The dial and bezel are set with sparkling diamonds, arranged in circles from the center outwards. In combination with the gold-colored baton markers, they suggest a shimmering sun whose radiant power lasts forever.
The new Manero ChronoPerpetual are however by no means limited to the perpetual calendar with correction-free display of the date at 12 o’clock, the day of the week at 6 o’clock, the month and leap year at 9 o’clock and the moon phase at 3 o’clock. The functional module which has been specially developed for Carl F. Bucherer also features a precise chronograph with the popular flyback function. A tachymeter scale completes the range of practical functions so typical for Carl F. Bucherer. A Manufacture movement from Vaucher, with contemporary decoration in the distinctive style of the Lucerne watch brand, forms an exclusive basis. Moreover, the exclusivity of the Manero ChronoPerpetual is enhanced by its strictly limited edition: the rose gold version is limited worldwide to just 100 pieces.
The Carl F. Bucherer’s Patravi line is the undisputed leader of both a watch brand steeped in tradition  and a new Manufacture. The strongly expressive, cushion-shaped case of the Patravi EvoTec DayDate, which is generously proportioned at 44 x 44.5 mm, is the perfect setting for this example of the art of mechanical watchmaking. Its highly acclaimed first public appearance was an unusual and striking version that featured a small seconds hand at 6 o’clock, which skilfully echoed the shape of the case, a clearly formed weekday display at 9 o’clock, and an exuberant large date display in the upper-left quadrant of the dial. The dimensions of the latter are sensational, even for a large date display. The geometric index marks echo the slightly convex flanks of the case and underline the deliberately pared-down, modern design concept of the Patravi EvoTec DayDate.

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