A Closer Look at The Carl F. Bucherer Manero Flyback

If you a watch lover, then you really must take a closer look at the new Carl F. Bucherer Manero Flyback. This rose gold watch is simply stunning in every sense of the word. It is a flyback to the 40s, with a bit of a modern and contemporary feel added in. The classy chronograph has been recently introduced into the market, and it has certainly been well received. You can wear this watch to just about any function, with either dress or casual clothing in tow. Let us now take a closer look at this watch and discover what you can expect if you become a lucky owner.

The Design Itself

The designers of this watch obviously set out to create a watch that was a perfect blend of the sporty and the modern. Elegance oozes out of every component built into this timepiece. The rose gold case is what really puts it over the top and will make it stand out in virtually any setting. You will find that individuals who usually wear a dress watch will find this one more than comfortable and suitable to wear. At the same time, the chronograph nature of the watch itself opens it up to a broader audience as well.

A Throwback To Another Era

Watch history buffs will find similarities between this new watch and that of the 60s design also introduced by Bucherer. The case itself is 43mm, and it has curved lines that mimic the design of yesteryear. It might be the perfect size for a person in 2019 to wear, but you cannot miss the connection to the watch designs of old. There are some convex crystal round pieces that will create that retro look that the designers were hoping for. You will also see a couple of mushroom-shaped pushes that tie the complete aesthetic look of the watch together.

The chronograph second hand is red and really stands out. You will also notice that sub-dials are designed panda style and are a bright silver color. They really bring out the sophisticated look that the rose gold case brings to the entire design of the watch. The Bucherer Manero also has a red ‘flyback’ embossed right at the six o’clock mark on the watch. This lets everyone know just what style of watch they are getting and how it pays homage to the way timepieces used to be.

The Time Itself

When you really get into the mechanics of the watch, you will probably become even more impressed. The watch operates on an automatic movement system. This design used CFB1970 and it has contrast pattern, Geneva stripes, and a circular grain finish. When you take a look at the column wheel that goes across the circumference of the dial, you will notice that it has a power reserve of an impressive 42 hours. This is just a fabulous watch all around.

A Multi-Functional Watch

The design of this watch lends itself to be worn with virtually any type of outfit. You can just as easily wear this watch to a formal business function as you would on a boat as you are about to go scuba diving. In fact, the chronograph nature of the Bucherer Manero lends itself to being used on the sports field as well. The rose gold and the chronograph nature of this watch really complement each other well. There is also a durable leather strap complete with red stitching that looks sharp no matter what outfit you wear it with. The chronograph features on this watch are easy to operate, so it just seems to accomplish about everything that a watch wearer today could hope for.

A Closer Look

This watch is 43mm in diameter and it has a thickness of 14.45mm. As mentioned, the case is a beautiful rose gold color, while the dial is black. You will find the watch is water resistant up to 30 meters and that it comes with a leather strap that is a rally-style design. The chronograph on this watch also comes with a 30-minute totalizer. As mentioned, there is an impressive 42 hours of power reserve built into this watch, while it can be wound automatically. You will also notice that there are 25 jewels embedded in this watch. That is a closer look at the Carl F. Bucherer Manero Flyback.


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