Based in 1888, Bucherer is without doubt one of the oldest homes specializing in watches and jewelry. One of many world’s largest retailers, it additionally introduced a number of industry-leading initiatives to the market, corresponding to a really skilled solution to deal with Licensed Pre-Owned, but in addition their devoted assortment, in collaboration with a number of the greatest watchmakers. Named Bucherer BLUE, the idea was first offered in 2016, it consists of gathering totally different manufacturers below the identical inventive platform with a shared DNA, and the desire to current progressive, inventive collaborations. And at the moment, in exclusivity, we’re capable of introduce to you the three newest creations forming the Bucherer BLUE Assortment. Meet the brand new Girard Perregaux Tourbillon with Three Flying Bridges Bucherer BLUE, the H. Moser & Cie Streamliner Tourbillon Bucherer BLUE and the (very cool) L’Epée 1839 Time Quick Bucherer BLUE.
The Bucherer BLUE Girard Perregaux Tourbillon
For this primary restricted version, Bucherer has teamed up with Girard-Perregaux, electing one of the vital iconic tourbillon watches, the Tourbillon with Three Bridges. What now we have right here might be one of the vital trendy and dynamic interpretations of this emblematic watch. Encased in a 44mm titanium case, it’s framed by a box-shaped sapphire crystal providing a wide ranging view of the luxurious motion and mechanical microcosm inside. Because of a contemporary and structure, the skeletonized motion appears to be floating contained in the case, with the Neo bridges manufactured from titanium and coated in signature blue ALD Atomic Layer Deposition therapy.
The motion of this Tourbillon with Three Flying Bridges Bucherer BLUE, produced in-house by Girard-Perregaux, shouldn’t be solely visually putting, nevertheless it’s additionally cleverly constructed. If the ending is top-notch, practicality hasn’t been forgotten, as it’s a selfwinding calibre. It incorporates a neatly built-in micro-rotor beneath the barrel, maintaining the structure of the motion intact. And there’s in fact the good-looking lyre-shape cage for the tourbillon regulator at 6 o’clock.
The Girard-Perregaux Tourbillon with Three Flying Bridges Bucherer BLUE is worn on a hand-stitched, informal gray strap and is a restricted version of 18 items. It retails for CHF 159,000 or EUR 167,000.
Fast info: 44mm titanium case – blue accents on the bridges, back and front – computerized in-house tourbillon motion, micro-rotor, 60h energy reserve – gray calfskin strap – 18-piece restricted version – reference 99296-21-3128-5GX – CHF 159,000 or EUR 167,000
The bucherer blue Moser Streamliner Tourbillon
The second watch to kind this new Bucherer BLUE assortment relies on the just lately offered H. Moser & Cie. Streamliner Tourbillon. However whereas the model has launched it with a gold case and a Vantablack dial, the retailer has determined to take a unique highway for his personal version. To begin with, the 40mm case is again to stainless-steel, with the traditional lobster-tail bracelet additionally utilizing this sporty materials. The dial of this Bucherer BLUE version shouldn’t be utilizing the signature color, however a typical Moser gray fumé gradient type, with utilized markers and the model’s emblem executed in clear lacquer (and thus barely seen).
Contained in the case, now we have the identical in-house, computerized tourbillon Calibre HMC 804, with double-hairspring characteristic and a 3-day energy reserve. What issues right here, and the place the BLUE contact could be seen, is on the bezel with 60 baguette-cut blue sapphires positioned in a surprisingly graphic approach. And whereas including an opulent contact, this Streamliner Tourbillon Bucherer BLUE retains the minimalist contact of the unique mannequin. It is going to once more be launched in a restricted sequence of 18 items, priced at CHF 109,000 or EUR 126,000.
Fast info: 40mm stainless-steel case, 120m waterproof, 60 sapphires for two.90 carats – gray fumé dial with utilized markers and Globolight fingers – in-house computerized calibre HMC 804, 3-day energy reserve, flying tourbillon – stainless-steel built-in bracelet – 18-piece restricted version – reference 6804-1200 – CHF 109,000 or EUR 126,000
The bucherer blue l’epée 1839 Time Quick
Final however not least, Bucherer is releasing what we’d wish to name a “toy for giant boys” in collaboration with clock-maker L’Epée 1839. Named Time Quick Bucherer BLUE, this very good object could be summarized as a kinetic race automobile sculpture that tells the time. The Time Quick evokes the dream of changing into a race driver. The only-seater race automobile with a Fifties traditional fluid design captures the essence of childhood fantasy elaborately. Its engine consists of a tiered motion with an 8-day energy reserve formed to the bodywork within the recognizable Bucherer BLUE end. In a tribute to childhood, the mechanical motor is wound like a pull-back toy automobile.
The bodywork is made out of titanium and coated with automotive lacquer, paired with Fifties-inspired bespoke wire wheels additionally in blue. Hours and minutes are displayed on the aspect resembling a typical competitors quantity. The escapement and the stability wheel are below a glass dome symbolizing the Pilot. The 38.5cm lengthy and 4.7kg sculpture is launched in a restricted run of 18 items and is priced at CHF 33,000 or EUR 35,000.
For extra particulars concerning the Bucherer BLUE assortment, please go to www.bucherer.com.