The new Manero Central Counter from Carl F. Bucherer is a chronograph that is aptly named for its functionality. In addition to its central stop seconds hand it features another hand that measures elapsed minutes. This is quite a rare feat in the world of watchmaking and is sought-after by knowledgable aficionados, as this display layout offers optimized legibility.
At the heart of debutante ticks the self-winding caliber CFB 1967 that amasses a power reserve of 40-44 hours and comes to life through the sapphire case back. The stainless steel case has a diameter of 42.5 mm and has a DLC coated bezel equipped with a tachymeter scale.
The watch face offers an outdoor-inspired color scheme: the main dial with the two subdials – one for the running seconds and one for the day-night indication – is a deep black enhanced by sunray brush. The color-coordinated minute track on the outer edge, is divided into functional sectors for sports timekeeping and has green details that complement the green hybrid rubber strap.
The Carl F. Bucherer Manero Central Counter is in production as a series limited to 188 pieces. Pricing is available from the brand upon request.
To learn more, visit Carl F. Bucherer, here.
And again: colour of date wheel doesn`t comply with overall appearence…No go, sorry…
It’s good Bucherer emblazoned the word “chronograph” on the watch, following some other brands’ recent foray into stating the obvious. You know, so in case someone who is sophisticated enough to buy a Bucherer with two counters and two pushers didn’t know it was, um, a chronograph.
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