A timepiece that encapsulates the dynamic, energetic, and contrasting essence of urban life, the Manero Flyback, now reborn in a sleek black and silver amalgamation, emerges as the quintessential style icon.
The 40 mm Manero Flyback undergoes a monochromatic transformation, mirroring the juxtaposed facets of bustling cityscapes—environments where brick and steel coexist with pockets of tranquility, and where the hustle of streets and careers finds equilibrium in the sanctuary of home and social interactions. Whether navigating the frenzy of the day or embracing the excitement of the night, this timepiece captures the spirit of urban dualities.
Carl F. Bucherer delves into this binary narrative with the dual-toned sophistication of a sunray-brushed dial, available in silver with black counters or black with silver counters. The choice between a stainless steel bracelet or a black textile strap further amplifies the contrasting elements. The stainless steel case provides a simple and uncluttered backdrop for the dial, exuding both understated elegance and undeniable style.
Functionality meets the demands of modern city life, where precise timing is integral to the pace of daily activities, be it rushing to a meeting, delivering a crucial speech, or enjoying a leisurely lunchtime stroll in the park. The flyback functionality of the Manero Flyback eliminates the need to stop the chronograph to reset it, seamlessly flying back to 12 o’clock at the touch of a button.
Driven by the CFB 1973 movement with a substantial 56-hour power reserve, the Manero Flyback epitomizes efficiency, maximizing the busiest days. Its 40 mm diameter ensures comfort in various activities, making it suitable for both men and women.
The two-tone theme extends beyond the dial to the choice of a stainless steel bracelet or a textile strap, both equipped with a quick-release system. The bracelet, exuding confidence and elegance, seamlessly extends the aesthetic of the case. In contrast, the black textile strap, crafted from recycled and vegan materials, offers a dramatic counterpoint to the case while complementing the dial’s black tones, whether in a light-on-dark or dark-on-light configuration.
This watch transcends the demands of a 24-hour city, accompanying wearers through their diverse roles, from work to leisure, morning to night. With each glance at the dial, the Manero Flyback serves as a reminder of the multifaceted nature of their dual existence.
Facts and Figures: Manero Flyback
Movement: Automatic, CFB 1973, 30.40 mm in diameter, 7.9 mm in height, adorned with 29 jewels, boasting a power reserve of 56 hours.
Functions: Equipped with a chronograph featuring minute and seconds counters, flyback capability, a tachymeter scale, and showcasing the date, hour, minute, and small seconds.
Case: Crafted from stainless steel, featuring a double-domed sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating on one side, a case back with a sapphire crystal, water-resistant up to 3 bar (30 m), measuring 40 mm in diameter, and standing at a height of 14.45 mm.
Dial: Available in either silver with black counters or black with silver counters, the sunray-brushed dial is accentuated by rhodium-plated wedge index marks.
Hands: Elegant rhodium-plated wedge hands enhanced with Super-LumiNova for optimal visibility.
Strap: A textile strap made from recycled materials (vegan) adorned with a quick-release system and secured with a stainless steel pin-lock folding clasp.
Bracelet: Alternatively, a stainless steel bracelet featuring a quick-release system and a secure stainless steel folding clasp offers a stylish and convenient option.
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