Bulgari - Octo Finissimo Titanium
Bulgari - Octo Finissimo Titanium

Octo Finissimo Titanium

Bulgari | 12'500 € Tax inc.

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Octo Finissimo Titanium

In line with Bvlgari’s Italian genius, the Octo watch breaks with convention, its bold intersection of circle and square forming an octagon, tracing time in perfect geometry. The Octo watch embodies the Bvlgari man, his bold personality and taste for architecture. The most exceptional of Octo variations is Octo Finissimo, honored by several awards, among them the Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève and the If Gold Design Award. Featuring the thinnest automatic movement in the world (2.33 mm thick), this timepiece combines the excellence of Swiss watchmaking with the elegance of Italian design. Octo currently holds four world records of thinness in several categories, from automatic to Grandes Complications watches (Tourbillon/Minute Repeater).

Technical specifications

Octo Finissimo watch with extra-thin manufacture movement, 2.23 mm thick BVL 138 – caliber with automatic winding (platinum micro-rotor), the thinnest movement in its category. Offset small second. Movement decorated by hand with côtes de Genève, chamfering and perlage finishing, 60-hour power reserve. 40 mm extra-thin titanium case (5.15 mm thick), transparent case back, titanium crown set with ceramic, titanium dial, black alligator bracelet with titanium ardillon buckle. Water-resistant up to 30 metres.(REF102711)

Who's who

Audacity, innovation and reinvention have been part of Bvlgari’s vocabulary since it was founded in Rome in 1884. Combining classicism and modernity, Bvlgari is unique in its ability to combine Italian design with the art of Swiss watchmaking. Bvlgari has a fully integrated manufacture since 2000s, divided in four sites in Switzerland’s Jura region. From movements and casings to bracelets and high-end dials, all watch components are produced in-house. Holding four thinness world records, the Italian Maison cultivates aesthetism as well as cutting-edge technologies and is now a reference for quality and accuracy in the industry of watchmaking.

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