Bulgari - OCTO FINISSIMO TOURBILLON AUTOMATIC
Bulgari - OCTO FINISSIMO TOURBILLON AUTOMATIC

OCTO FINISSIMO TOURBILLON AUTOMATIC

Bulgari | 125'000 € Tax inc.

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"FOR MEN, THE ULTIMATE ELEGANCE IS THINNESS..."

"."... We wanted to bring this essence to men’s watches, which mirror what we stand for in jewelry. We specialize in elegance, so it makes sense – ultimate contemporary elegance.”

Jean-Christophe BABIN

 

The Octo Finissimo Tourbillon Automatic is the latest in the Bvlgari quartet of record-breaking ultra-thin watches. This groundbreaking automatic watch is the result of years of in-house research and brings together smart engineering solutions with quintessential Italian style. In the 15th and 16th century, Italian artists such as Leonardo Da Vinci excelled in creating both innovative and timelessly beautiful masterpieces.

 

Driven by the same genius, Octo combines a unique octagonal design – inspired by the 310 AD Roman Massentius Basilica - with exceptional mechanisms. A true rule-breaker in the art of watchmaking, the Octo Finissimo Tourbillon Automatic asserts its stature as a supremely contemporary timepiece through an uncompromising aesthetic and an ability to push the boundaries of technical challenges.  

Technical specifications

MOVEMENT

- Manufacture mechanical movement

- Ultra-thin flying tourbillon (1.95 mm thick)

- Special ball bearing system

- BVL 288 Caliber

- Automatic winding

- 52H power reserve

 

CASE & DIAL

- 42 mm Sandblasted titanium

- Ultra-thin case (3.95 mm thick)

- Skeletonized sandblasted titanium dial,

 

STRAP & BUCKLE

- Sandblasted titanium bracelet

- Three-blades titanium folding buckle

 

 

 

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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