Home Watch Types Automatic Manero Flyback by Carl F. Bucherer is just plain nice

Manero Flyback by Carl F. Bucherer is just plain nice

Manero Flyback with blue dial and blue textile strap (KEYSTONE/Carl F. Bucherer)

To hear Carl F. Bucherer talk about it, this watches designed for the “cosmopolitan man” who enjoys “being open-minded and exuding the confidence and style to succeed, wherever [he is.]”

Instead, let’s focus on how nice this watch is. Bucherer is a smaller manufacture with a lot of good pieces and this one, in particular, has a great look and a flyback chrono – basically, a chronograph that pops back and restarts at the press of a button – is a nice complication.

From the release:

Both of the new models from this iconic watch family feature the color blue ? the color of the horizon. A 43 mm diameter stainless steel case frames the exquisite blue dial, which features a chronograph counter, small seconds subdial, date display, and central hour and minute hands. This stylish new model is available on a flexible nine-link metal bracelet or a blue textile strap woven from radiant blue thread with a luster that creates a fascinating 3-D effect.

Further, also please ignore Bucherer’s motto of “Wherever time takes you, Lucerne travels with you.” It doesn’t make much sense in an era when you can’t get on a plane but feel free to pick one of these up so you can sit one your couch and stare longingly at the cosmopolitan skies.

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