Carl F Bucherer unveils the Manero ChronoPerpetual

First published: 09-09-2010

Watch wearers who prefer to have as much detail as possible gathered on their timepiece may be interested in a new product by Carl F Bucherer.

Called the Manero ChronoPerpetual, users will be able to not only read the time, but the date, month and even record their tachymeter scale, a typical collection for timepieces produced by the watch company, which has been making high-quality products for over 90 years.

Watch Luxus has reported that all these features are designed in an easy-to-use way by placing the calendar functions into three symmetrical circles, of which the date sits below the 12 o'clock position, the day of the week near to where the six o'clock function would normally be found, then the nine o'clock area is taken up by current month display.

To make sure that one part of the timepiece is not left bare, the watch maker has added a moon phase sequence around the three o'clock part of the face. The tachymeter counter then borders the entire case, completing the additional functions.

While there are no numeric displays to read the time, anyone who is familiar with watches should be able to find the hour, minute and seconds hands easily enough.


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