Once in a while of the LVMH Watch Week that opened today in Dubai, Bulgari introduced another translation of its record-breaking Octo Finissimo Automatic with three new models described by new completes where glossy silk brushed (or sandblasted) surfaces substitute to cleaned ones.
Every one of them come in the unmistakable 40 mm extra-slim case with a straightforward caseback to show the 2.23mm thick BVL 138 Finissimo automatic type outfitted with a platinum miniature rotor.
Beating at 21,600 vibrations each hour, this creative development offers 60 hours of force hold and is enhanced with Côtes de Genève theme, chamfered scaffolds and roundabout grained baseplate.
The Octo Finissimo Automatic in silk cleaned steel ref. 103297 is furnished with a silk cleaned steel wristband while the Octo Finissimo Automatic in silk cleaned rose gold ref. 103286 is coordinated to a dark crocodile cowhide tie. The dark lacquered dials highlight faceted precious stone rhodium-plated hands or rose gold plated hands, individually.
The third model is the Octo Finissimo Automatic in dark sandblast-cleaned earthenware ref. 103368, highlighting another sandblast-cleaned clay case and wristband coordinated to a sandblasted fired dial. The outcome is a strong monochromatic look which substitutes matte and splendid surfaces in this manner making a pleasant play of light.
All the new Bulgari Octo Finissimo Automatic models are water impervious to 100 meters/330 feet.
Costs: Euro 11,900 for the steel variant (ref. 103297), Euro 15,500 for the dark artistic one (ref. 103368) and Euro 22,000 for the model in rose gold with lash (ref. 103286). bulgari.com
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