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Carl F. Bucherer

Pioneers and leaders in peripheral technology
With the most extraordinary timepiece in our company’s history to date, Carl F. Bucherer is presenting a new milestone and once again consolidating its position as a pioneer and leader in peripheral technology.

An unparalleled masterpiece

The Carl F. Bucherer Manero Minute Repeater Symphony

The Manero Minute Repeater Symphony is literally ringing in a new era. With its extremely complex mechanism, Carl F. Bucherer not only demonstrates the highest level of manufacturing competence, but also sets new standards in the field of peripheral technology. The new in-house movement MR3000 combines the highest complications to create a truly peripheral symphony. For the first time, the peripheral rotor from Carl F. Bucherer is combined not only with a peripherally suspended tourbillon, but also with the peripherally mounted regulator of a minute repeater. The COSC-certified automatic chronometer movement with minute repeater and (floating) tourbillon pushes peripheral technology to the limit in three ways. The elaborately finished in-house movement with a 65-hour power reserve now defines a new era for the master of peripheral technology, Carl F. Bucherer. And for a true touch of individuality, the Carl F. Bucherer Manero Minute Repeater Symphony can also be personalised with an exclusive special engraving.

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Focus on peripheral technology

The peripheral technology, which is used three times in the Carl F. Bucherer Manero Minute Repeater Symphony, is one of the company’s unmistakable hallmarks. It was first introduced in 2008 with the peripheral rotor. The in-house movement CFB A1000 was the first series-produced movement ever to use this technology. What is truly special about this model is that its bidirectional automatic movement draws its energy from a peripheral rotating balance wheel. The slim rotor is not only efficient, but also reveals the beauty of the movement.

Watches with peripheral technology from Carl F. Bucherer

Bidirectional automatic movement

Floating elegance

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The floating tourbillon

The tourbillon is one of the most elegant complications in the art of watchmaking. Carl F. Bucherer introduced the so-called “floating tourbillon”, one of the most sophisticated of its kind, in 2018. The cage of the minute tourbillon is supported peripherally – invisible to the viewer – by three ball bearings, causing the tourbillon to appear to float. These friction-free ceramic ball bearings ensure stability and precise guidance – a sophisticated design for which Carl F. Bucherer holds a patent. The Carl F. Bucherer floating tourbillon also features a seconds hand and stop-seconds function. 

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The peripheral regulator

The Manero Minute Repeater Symphony takes up the classic minute repeater and implements it innovatively – in the style of Carl F. Bucherer. Its mechanism is finely orchestrated and makes two different tones heard. The gongs can be admired, most unusual, through cut-outs on the edge of the dial. They are supplemented by openings at 5 o’clock and 7 o’clock, through which the work of the hammers can be followed. A window above 6 o’clock sets the scene for the innovative regulator of the watch. This element sets the rhythm of the beats. In the Manero Minute Repeater Symphony, the regulator is mounted peripherally for the first time – another development for which a patent has been applied for.