We know it’s another big year for women’s watches and boy do we have some beauties to show you when we are back. However, for now we want to yell out kudos to Carl F. Bucherer for creating a peripheral rotor watch for women. The technical Carl F. Bucherer Manero Peripheral watch is powered by the Caliber CFB A2050 movement with central hour and minute display.
The watch, with date indication at 3:00 and small sub-seconds dial at 6:00, features peripheral rotor (around the outer edge of the watch) versus a traditional rotor or micro-rotor that enables a thinner case but doesn’t compromise on power reserve. In fact, this watch, which is a COSC-certified chronometer, has 55 hours of power reserve.
The 40mm Manero Peripheral is offered initially in two versions, one with a white mother-of-pearl dial and white strap and one with a chocolate brown mother-of-pearl dial and matching brown strap. Both models are offered with a diamond-set bezel (60 diamonds) and are water resistant to 30 meters.
Tech Specs of the Carl F. Bucherer Manero Peripheral Women’s Watch
Movement: automatic, CFB A2050 manufacture caliber, diameter 30.6 mm, height 5.28 mm,
33 jewels, power reserve 55 hours
Functions: date, hour, minute, small seconds
Case: stainless steel, 60 FC TW vvs 0.6 ct. diamonds, domed sapphire crystal with antireflective coating on both sides, sapphire crystal case back, water-resistant to 30 m (3 atm), diameter 40.6 mm, thickness 11.2 mm
Strap: Louisiana alligator leather, stainless steel pin buckle