Manero Minute Repeater Symphony

Its very name is music. The Manero Minute Repeater Symphony is a tribute to technical innovation, the Swiss watchmaking tradition and artistic excellence. It is the most extraordinary timepiece Carl F. Bucherer has created in a long and impressive history that can be traced back to 1888.
Limited Edition
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Manero Minute Repeater Symphony 00.10925.03.63.01


CFB MR3000
47 Jewels
Diameter 35.70 mm
Power reserve 65 hours
Peripheral technology, Hour, Minute, Small seconds, Seconds stop, Minute repeater with two gongs, Floating tourbillon, Minute repeater
Diameter 43.80 mm
Height 12.47 mm
18 K Rose gold
Domed sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating on both sides
Case back with sapphire crystal and anti-reflecting coating on both sides, 
Water resistance: to 1 bar (10 m)
Louisiana alligator leather in dark brown
Lining in dark brown Louisiana alligator leather, 
18 K Rose gold pin lock folding clasp
18K white gold Pd210 electroplated and grained pattern with 18K rose gold hands and indexes
Limited edition
88 pieces
Manero Minute Repeater Symphony 00.10925.03.63.01
Manero Minute Repeater Symphony 00.10925.03.63.01
Manero Minute Repeater Symphony 00.10925.03.63.01
Manero Minute Repeater Symphony 00.10925.03.63.01
Ringing in a new era in peripheral technology
Its very name is music. The Manero Minute Repeater Symphony is the most extraordinary timepiece Carl F. Bucherer has created since 1888. The chronometer takes peripheral technology to places no watch brand has ever been before.
Not only does the Manero Minute Repeater Symphony´s MR3000 manufacture movement have a peripheral winding system and a peripherally suspended floating tourbillon, it also features what is arguably the most sophisticated complication in the art of watchmaking: a minute repeater with a peripherally mounted regulator.
With this masterpiece, Carl F. Bucherer has unequivocally established some new benchmarks in the Swiss watch industry. The brand, which has been in the hands of the founding family since 1888, is still resolutely independent and has again secured its place in the ranks of true manufacturers while reconfirming the status as the leader in peripheral technologies that it has enjoyed since 2008.
Ringing in a new era in peripheral technology
The Manufacture Calibre MR3000: Setting New Standards
Carl F. Bucherer’s MR3000 sets new standards in the field of peripheral technology. For the first time, the brand’s peripheral rotor is not only combined with a peripherally suspended – and thus floating – tourbillon, but also with the peripherally mounted regulator of a minute repeater mechanism. In this way, the Lucerne-based watchmaker not only demonstrates the highest level of manufacturing expertise, but also emphatically underscores its leadership in the field of peripheral technology.
Sascha Moeri emphasizes the importance of the achievements in peripheral technology to the brand: “Clearly, our accomplishments in peripheral technology have become our flagship. When we secured our patent on the peripheral winding system back in 2008, it sparked the passion that ultimately led to the creation of this new watch. We are proud of what we’ve achieved and excited about sharing it with the world.”
The Manufacture Calibre MR3000: Setting New Standards
A Minute Repeater with Peripherally Mounted Regulator
Its mechanism is finely orchestrated to produce two different tones on two gongs which, along with the sculpted hammers, can be admired, most unusually, through cut-outs at the edge of the dial. A window above 6 o’clock showcases the watch’s innovative regulator, which sets the beat of the chimes. This patented regulator is mounted peripherally via three low-friction ceramic ball bearings.
However, a protective mechanism built into the movement prevents inadvertent misuse: visible via the discrete display at 9 o’clock, it indicates the current mode of the watch – a blue dot shows that the crown is pulled out, and a musical note lets the wearer know that the minute repeater function is activated. Another safety measure further ensures the protection of the watch: the crown cannot be pulled out when the repeater mechanism is running – it locks. Conversely, when the crown is pulled out, the repeater mechanism is locked.
A Minute Repeater with Peripherally Mounted Regulator
Exquisite beauty inside and out
As breathtakingly complex as the interior of the Manero Minute Repeater Symphony is, its exterior, in contrast, is clear and structured: the classically elegant timepiece is clad in a 43.8 mm diameter case of 18-karat rose gold, whose open-worked and hand-angled lugs seductively follow the silhouette of the wrist.
The 18-karat white gold dial is hand-galvanized and features a fine grainé texture. 18-karat rose gold hands and hour markers reflect the warm hue of the case. Connoisseurs of sophisticated watchmaking will appreciate the elaborate finishing: the carefully diamond-beveled and highly polished chamfers, the sandblasted crown, the hand-angled dial edges and windows, or the Geneva-striped, angled, and diamond-beveled bridges that can be seen through the sapphire crystal case back.
The individual numbering of the model, limited to 88 pieces, is engraved by hand on a small plaque in 18-karat gold at the 6 o’clock position on the dial.
Exquisite beauty inside and out
PERIPHERY: A masterpiece for a masterpiece
Not only do the celebrated Lucerne Festival Orchestra and Carl F. Bucherer share a hometown, but also a rich history and the common pursuit of excellence. Inspired by the unmistakable sound of the minute repeater, the young Swedish composer Lisa Streich wrote the piece PERIPHERY.
Her piece takes core elements of the watch and gives them voice for 2 minutes and 30 seconds. For example, the repeater function’s extremely mobile beat generator – its peripherally-mounted regulator – is reproduced by the striking and stroking of a triangle positioned vertically on timpani. The sounds of a violin bow drawn against the length the strings, breathing noises from the wind instruments, and the quirky drone of an instrument called a buzzing bow combine to express the complexity of the peripheral rotor. The floating tourbillon and its delicate cage find their counterpart in the brass section, whose players tap the bells of their horns with a pencil, triggering the wiping motion among the strings.


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