Manero Tourbillon Double Peripheral

00.10920.03.93.01
Ø43mm
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Movimento
Automático
T3000
32 Rubíes
Diámetro 36.50 mm
Altura 4.60 mm
Funciones
Reserva de marcha 65 horas
Cronómetro
Horas
Minutos
Segundero pequeño
Parada de segundero
Tecnología peripheral
Tourbillon
Caja
Diámetro 43.10 mm
Altura 11.57 mm
Oro rosa de 18 K
cristal de zafiro convexo, tratamiento antirreflejos por los dos lados
fondo de caja en cristal de zafiro, 
Resistencia al agua: sumergible hasta 30 m (3 atm)
Correa
piel de aligátor de Luisiana en marrón oscuro
cosida a mano, 
Cierre desplegable fabricado en oro rosa de 18k
Esfera
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* Precio de venta recomendado
La gravedad tiene sus inconvenientes, sobre todo para los relojes pues puede generar inexactitudes en la medida del tiempo. Para intentar contrarrestar estas inexactitudes, se desarrolló en el siglo XVIII el primer tourbillon, palabra francesa que significa torbellino.
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Manero Tourbillon Double Peripheral

UNA OBRA MAESTRA CON TOURBILLON FLOTANTE
Para este modelo en concreto, los ingenieros y relojeros de Carl F. Bucherer han desarrollado un movimiento completamente nuevo. Su calibre de manufactura CFB T3000 recibe la energía de una cuerda automática dotada de masa oscilante con acción periférica. La precisión con que marcha todo el mecanismo corre a cargo de un tourbillon colocado en situación periférica, por lo cual parece estar flotando en el interior del reloj. Estas dos particularidades técnicas, ambas especialidades de la empresa familiar Carl F. Bucherer, dan su nombre a esta nueva obra maestra relojera: «Manero Tourbillon DoublePeripheral».
Solo le faltaba flotar
Las ventajas de este principio constructivo inspiraron a los ingenieros y relojeros de Carl F. Bucherer la idea de un tourbillon verdaderamente singular: no está alojado, como es usual, ni en la platina base del reloj ni en un puente colocado sobre la misma, sino que se diría que flota en el interior del reloj.

Encuentre su reloj Carl F. Bucherer

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