Good things come in small packages, but sometimes, more really is more. In the case of the new Manero Peripheral, iconic watch brand Carl F. Bucherer gives more space to its in- house CFB A2050 caliber with a 43mm case.
An investment in quality
Maintaining the characteristic smooth, round case of the original Manero Peripheral, the new Manero Peripheral 43mm features a delicate balance of polished and matte surfaces, creating an interplay of textures and shadows.
The larger dial size has also given rise to proportionately larger indices and a larger minute hand, which accurately moves around the chapter ring. Despite the rose gold case of this watch, we wholeheartedly agree that the Manero Peripheral 43mm is decidedly a timepiece for a man who values timeless elegance and superior quality over all else.
Carl F. Bucherer’s entirely in-house manufacture movement CFB A2050 is certified as a chronometer and has an hours and minutes display as well as a small seconds sub-dial at 6 o’clock. There is also an easily legible date display at 3 o’clock.
With a characteristic Carl F. Bucherer automatic winding system with a peripheral rotor, the Manero Peripheral 43mm has a 55-hour power reserve, which indicates just how reliable the watch is. The watch also features a Geneva stripe pattern on the movement, which significantly adds to its overall aesthetic value.
The rose gold case of the Manero Peripheral 43mm is beautifully complemented by the light brown alligator leather strap, which is another change from the earlier 40.6mm watches in the collection which featured black or dark brown alligator leather or stainless steel straps.
A truly versatile timepiece, the Manero Peripheral, despite its slightly larger 43mm diameter would, to our mind, make a fitting accessory for a confident woman, intent on making a mark.