The Carl F. Bucherer Manero Central Counter is a sporty new chronograph designed especially for people with active lifestyles: travellers, outdoor enthusiasts and contemporary urban adventurers. It comes in complementary shades of green and, in addition to the usual stop-second hand, also features an additional central chronograph minute counter, which makes it particularly easy to keep track of elapsed time.
Carl F. Bucherer has created a sporty new watch that exuberantly celebrates its traditional chronograph credentials. With a compelling new colour scheme, the Manero Central Counter was designed to complement active outdoor lifestyles. It is distinguished by some compelling chronograph dial markings that highlight the importance of every second, whether on a sports field or in our own busy lives.
A creative, lifestyle-driven chronograph
Carl F. Bucherer’s CMO Uwe Liebminger says, “The Manero Central Counter is a creative addition to our collection of lifestyle-driven chronographs, for example, our newly launched Manero Flyback 40 mm, our Heritage BiCompax Annual collection, or the Patravi TravelTec watches. It will excite travellers, outdoor enthusiasts, contemporary urban adventurers and anyone who appreciates innovative, high-performance timepieces.”
Design that celebrates an active outdoor lifestyle
The Carl F. Bucherer Manero Central Counter features a 42.5 mm stainless steel case with a striking DLC black bezel. Presented on a green hybrid rubber strap, it has an eye-catching black sunray-brushed dial with an innovative minute track, which is divided into functional sectors and has green details that perfectly complement the green strap. This explosion of green invites watch enthusiasts to enjoy one of Carl F. Bucherer’s most stylish chronographs in the great outdoors, where the brand has always felt at home. The Manero Central Counter is a fantastic watch for an active generation that loves contemporary design and Swiss watchmaking excellence.
A high-performance chronograph
The Carl F. Bucherer Manero Central Counter is powered by an automatic CFB 1967 chronograph calibre which has an extremely useful minute counter in addition to the common stop-second hand. With 12 applied black rectangular index markers coated with Super-LumiNova®, the dial is legible in all lighting conditions. The Manero Central Counter, presented on a black and olive-green hybrid rubber strap with a brushed texture, has been produced in a series limited to 188 pieces.
Carl F. Bucherer Manero Central Counter Technical Specifications
Reference: 00.10923.08.33.99 – Limited to 188 pieces
- Chronograph with central minute and seconds counter,
- 24 h day/night indication,
- hour, minute, small seconds
- Automatic, CFB 1967 calibre,
- diameter 30 mm, height 7.4 mm,
- 47 jewels,
- power reserve 40–44 hours
- Stainless steel,
- DLC-coated bezel,
- domed sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating on both sides,
- caseback with sapphire crystal,
- water resistant to 3 bar (30 m),
- diameter 42.5 mm, height 14.43 mm
- black sunray-brushed with green and white elements (indication of extra time and additional time),
- 12 black applied rectangular index markers with SuperLumiNova®
- Hybrid rubber strap with brushed texture in black and olive-green with quick-release system,
- stainless-steel pin-lock folding clasp
About Carl F. Bucherer
Carl F. Bucherer has been synonymous with excellence, innovation, and passion since 1888. The Swiss company has become an internationally renowned global brand with a presence throughout the world, characterized by its founder’s pioneering spirit and the cosmopolitan esprit of its home city of Lucerne. Carl F. Bucherer is one of the few remaining independent family-owned Swiss watch manufacturers and is now headed in the third generation by Jörg G. Bucherer.
The contemporary timepieces produced by Carl F. Bucherer combine unique design with the utmost precision and outstanding functionality. Committed to technical innovation, Carl F. Bucherer is the market leader in peripheral technology and has patented not only a peripheral winding system but also a “floating tourbillon” in a peripherally supported cage and a peripherally mounted minute repeater regulator.
Carl F. Bucherer – Rooted in the heart of Switzerland but at home everywhere in the world