In a celebration of the ceaseless beat of city life, Carl F. Bucherer introduces a bold and refreshing iteration of the Manero Flyback, drenched in black and silver, transforming it into a style icon that encapsulates the vivacious contradictions of urban existence.
Undergoing a monochromatic metamorphosis, the 40mm stainless steel Manero Flyback becomes a canvas that reflects the conflicting shades of our bustling cities. Just as the cityscape itself harmonizes steel and brick with tranquil enclaves, and the frenzy of daylight morphs into the thrill of the night, the watch mirrors this duality in its design.
The dial, treated with a dual-tone finesse through a sunray-brushed finish, presents two options: silver with black counters or black with silver counters. In tune with the contrasting demands of urban living, the Manero Flyback’s chronograph functionality stands as a testament to efficiency. The flyback feature eliminates the need for manual intervention to stop and reset the chronograph. A mere touch of a button propels the watch back to 12:00, ready to time the next endeavor.
Fueled by the CFB 1973 movement, the timepiece boasts an impressive power reserve of 56 hours, rendering it an ideal companion for the most demanding of days. The watch offers chronograph with minute and seconds counters, flyback function, tachymeter scale, date, hours minutes and small seconds.
The dualistic character of the watch extends beyond the dial, allowing wearers to opt for either a stainless steel bracelet or a black flexible strap. The stainless steel bracelet, with its reflective gleam, exudes an air of sophistication suitable for both professional and casual settings. In contrast, the black flexible strap, crafted from recycled and vegan materials, introduces a nice contrast to the case. Both straps are equipped with a quick release system. The watch retails for $7,400 on strap and $7,700 on bracelet.