A Closer Look at The Bulgari Octo Finissimo Automatic Limited Edition

It might not be brand new on the market, but The Bulgari Octo Finissimo Automatic Limited Edition is certainly worthy of a review. This is a watch that has long been anticipated by those looking for a refined and elegant timepiece that can be work in a variety of situations. This particular watch that we are going to talk about here is limited to only 200 pieces, but it is helpful to keep in mind that there is a similar model that is not limited and which retains much of the same look. What makes this one unique in the blue face and dials. It is absolutely stunning.

It Is A New Design

While many new watches being introduced today are simply variations of existing models, one of the things that set apart The Bulgari Octo Finissimo Automatic Limited Edition is that is actually new. Everything about it is a new design that is based on a sleek and modern look. It can be worn as a sports watch just as easy at it can be to formal functions. This is a watch that can compete with the big players founds in Royal Oak and Nautilus. When you consider that the limited edition model comes complete in a titanium case with hands accented in blue, this is a model design that Bulgari has never before approached in its design. Naturally, we are going to give you a closer look at The Bulgari Octo Finissimo Automatic Limited Edition through this commentary, but to owning will take a special gifting indeed. They have all long since been snatched up.

The Slim Nature

One of the appealing aspects of this watch is just how slim it is. In fact, The Bulgari Octo Finissimo Automatic Limited Edition was believed to be the slimmest watch available at the time that was released, although it appears that it has now be surpassed. That notwithstanding, this is a watch that is only 5.15mm thick. This is probably as thin as you would want to go, as you do need to feel that you are wearing something on the wrist. That being said, there is no denying that this watch is extremely lightweight. If you are looking for heavy duty, you will be disappointed here.

Do not make the mistake of thinking that thin implies delicate. The Bulgari Octo Finissimo Automatic Limited Edition is anything but. The bracelet to this watch is thin, but it is durable. Many people are used to wearing watches that are roughly 12mm thick. With this one being half that, it will take some getting used to. One thing that many people might fear is damaging the watch easily because it is so light. This is a concern given the price tag, but it needn’t be. The design itself reveals that it will be difficult to damage this one. The material and finishing nature of the watch makes it very difficult, if not downright impossible to scratch. Wear it as you please and it should come through almost any event relatively unscathed.

The Automatic Design

The Bulgari Octo Finissimo Automatic Limited Edition watch has an automatic design that is the first in its class. It begins with the construction of a square case that steps up and has sharp angles at the lugs. This all builds a frame around the bezel that has an octagonal shape going around the inner side. This might seem like a lot happening all at once, but it works. In fact, it looks unique and that is part of it being such a limited edition. There is simply nothing else like on the luxury watch market today. Some people might remark that the shape of the case is actually a bit odd, but that is by nature and design. This gives the watch its own sense of identity. This is a watch that will bring you comments as you wear it to just about any function.

In short, this is a watch that you would be proutodo own. It is lightweight, yet incredibly stylish. You can wear it to a variety of functions and not even feel it there. This eliminates the wrist fatigue that often comes with wearing other watches in this class. At the same time, the unique nature of the watch and its blue dials are sure to leave you a proud owner indeed.


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