Carl F. Bucherer has expanded its Manero Flyback collection with the addition of a new chronograph.
With an 18k rose gold case that houses a column-wheel mechanism, designers on the new model have taken inspiration from models dating back to original watches from the 60s and 70s.
The new Manero Flyback chronograph is powered by a CFB 1970 calibre automatic movement and has a power reserve of 42 hours.
Aiming to be user-friendly, the watch incorporates a column-wheel mechanism and movement known for making starting, stopping and resetting an easy process.
The flyback function of the chronograph also only requires a simple push reset the stopwatch second hand and get it going again.
Becoming the eighth timepiece to join the collection, variations include a classic model with a rose gold case and a black, silver, or champagne coloured dial, a robust stainless steel model with a silver-coloured or blue grey dial, and a retro style masterpiece with a black dial housed in a stainless steel case.
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