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Carl F. Bucherer Watches

Brief Brand History for :

Carl Freidrich Bucherer founded his watch and jewelry boutique in 1888. From its headquarters in Lucerne, Switzerland, the business quickly expanded. In 1919, Bucherer launched his own product line of Art Deco ladies' wristwatches. The company manufactured chronographs and chronometers in the mid-twentieth century. In the 2000s, the watchmaker developed its first in-house movement. This caliber, the CFB A1000, featured a 55 hour power reserve and peripheral rotor. Carl F. Bucherer has continued to develop in-house movements and high complications. Over its long history, the company has stayed in the hands of the Bucherer family. Today, the third generation runs the business.

Product Line Overview:

Consisting solely of limited timepieces, the Heritage Collection pulls from the Carl F. Bucherer company's long history. The collection offers four annual calendar chronographs and one tourbillon wristwatch in numerous variations. The Manero Collection applies a simple, classic design to a number of complications. These include a power reserve, flyback chronograph, annual calendar, moonphase, perpetual calendar, tourbillon, and minute repeater. With the appearance of a contemporary dress watch, the Adamvi Collection offers elegant and subtle timepieces in more traditional sizes.

The Patravi Collection is defined by a large, striking, dive watch case. Possessing a far sportier appearance than Carl F. Bucherer's other collections, the Patravi is available in a host of sizes, dial colors, complications, and metals. Measuring 38 millimeters in case diameter, the Archimedes Collection offers chronograph and perpetual calendar complications in modern cases.

The Pathos Collection consists of watches adorned with precious jewels. Aimed at ladies, the Pathos is available in smaller sizes and a number of metals. The semi-rectangular Alacria Collection hosts several ladies' watches with intricate jewel setting.