Carl F. Bucherer is a brand I was introduced to through their diving watch released a number of years ago. Actually I take that back, I'm confusing CFB with Cartier. I've actually only written about CFB once on this blog, it just happens that I wrote about them back during Pre-Basel 2014 (same year watches such as the Omega 300 Remastered and Rolex Cellini were introduced). Anyway, CFB's new Manero Tourbillon is a LE of 188 pieces (the company was founded in 1888, which is where I assume they got this number). It features the CFB T1001 movement and a sharp-looking sunray dial paired with gold hands. I personally think the contrast between the white gold case and gold hands looks fantastic. The watch also features a power reserve and 24-hour display, which I assume can be used as a GMT. The date display is around the outer rim of the dial. The case is 41.8mm in diameter and and is tastefully styled. I've always been a fan of this style of watch and, in my opinion, CFB executed the design beautifully.
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