Carl F. Bucherer is expanding its well-revered chronograph collection with a new version that expresses style and individuality. The new Manero Flyback has a 43mm stainless steel case with a black dial that forms an elegant unit together with a dark brown alligator-leather strap. This piece warrants more than just a second glance. It gleams with a sunburst finish, while the recessed, matte small-seconds and stop minute subdials at 3 and 9 o’clock provide a beautiful contrast. Lancet-shaped, polished steel-colored hands that correspond to the appliquéd indices display hours and minutes. The watch’s other hands – small seconds, stop second, and minutes counter – are painted white, matching the printed chapter ring and the tachymeter scale, which allows for speeds to be determined.
The caliber of the Manero Flyback is the CFB 1970 chronograph, which can be admired through the see-through sapphire-crystal case back, oscillating at a frequency of 4 hertz or 28,800 beats per hour. This automatic movement boasts a power reserve of 42 hours and features a flyback function that allows for the recording of consecutive times in quick succession. The recording of short times operates via a thermally blued gear wheel.