It seems to be a never-ending success story. Another year, another new ultra-thin model, another world record… Once again, Bvlgari introduces a new, ultra-technical, ultra-impressive model in its Octo Finissimo collection, once again, it sets new standards for thinness, and once again, it proves that when it comes to ultra-thin movements and watches the brand is amongst the best in class. This year, Bvlgari archives its sixth record with an openworked watch equipped with a tourbillon and an automatic chronograph… and with a case that measures just 7.40mm in height (this is less than most time-only, ultra-thin watches…) and a movement that is just 3.50mm thin. Yes, the Bvlgari Octo Finissimo Tourbillon Chronograph Skeleton Automatic is once again a demonstration of savoir-faire, which is fully explained in the video at the top of this article with Jean-Christophe Babin, the brand’s CEO.
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