Heritage Chronometer Celebration

The connections between the Heritage Chronometer Celebration lineup and its 1960s precursor are obvious. The simple, almost utilitarian aesthetic is deliberately restrained – a tribute to a watch that deliberately eschewed frills and excesses.
Limited Edition
Ø39.0mm
00.10804.08.33.21
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Heritage Chronometer Celebration 00.10804.08.33.21

Features

Engraving
Case back with the “Bucherer” family crest
Movement
Automatic
CFB 1965
25 Jewels
Diameter 26.20 mm
Height 3.60 mm
Power reserve 42 hours, COSC-certified Chronometer
Functions
Second, Minute, Hour, Date
Case
Diameter 39 mm
Height 8.45 mm
Case back with the “Bucherer” family crest
Sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating on one side
Stainless steel, 
Water resistance: to 3 bar (30 m)
Strap
Stainless steel mesh bracelet with quick release system
Dial
Black lacquered dial
Rhodium-plated index marks filled with black lacquer and Super-LumiNova®
Limited edition
188 pieces
Heritage Chronometer Celebration 00.10804.08.33.21
Heritage Chronometer Celebration 00.10804.08.33.21
Subtle details, hidden heritage
An extra detail known only to the wearer: a case back signaling CFB’s heritage with a 1960s-era embossed family crest featuring a swan, symbolizing Carl F. Bucherer’s hometown of Lucerne; a beech tree, representing the Bucherer family; and the date of the manufacturer’s foundation in 1888.
Subtle details, hidden heritage
Utilitarian chic
Despite its modest aesthetic, a closer inspection reveals finesse and pure craftsmanship: hands and index marks with beveled edges that lend them a subtle three-dimensional appearance; the second hand tipped with a bright red arrow, just like in the original; the galvanized silver, black lacquered, or brown gradient lacquered dials create gently shimmering reflections; the unequivocal words “Officially Certified Chronometer” proudly communicating its accuracy.
Utilitarian chic

Heritage Collection

The connections between the Heritage Chronometer Celebration lineup and its 1960s precursor are obvious. The simple, almost utilitarian aesthetic is deliberately restrained – a tribute to a watch that deliberately eschewed frills and excesses.
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