The Carl F. Bucherer Manero Flyback watches have found great favour among travellers with a keen sense of independence – those men and women who, like the Lucerne-based luxury Swiss watch brand, feel at home wherever they are in the world. The newest member of the family, the Manero Flyback Green, has also been created for these intrepid and curious urban adventurers who can find their connections to nature even in the heart of a chaotic city. As its name suggests, its standout design feature is a compelling dial in olive green.
The Manero Flyback Green: Attracting New Enthusiasts to Flyback Chronographs
Since it was first introduced in 2017, the Manero Flyback has proven to be one of the brand’s most popular timepieces around the world. The new version, with its olive-green dial, is set to attract new enthusiasts to the line. Like the other timepieces in the collection, it features one chronograph counter, a small-seconds subdial, and a date display in addition to the perforated lancet-shaped hour and minute hands. The design of the dial, which is enclosed by a 43 mm stainless steel case with vintage-inspired mushroom pushers, is rounded out by a tachymeter scale.
Carl F. Bucherer’s CEO Sascha Moeri says that the watch has a statement to make: “Our Manero Flyback collection stands for the free spirit and the cosmopolitan DNA of our company and its founder, Carl Friedrich Bucherer. He opened his first boutique in Lucerne in 1888, but he and his family regularly travelled the world and explored new business opportunities. It’s fair to say that the green dial adds an unexpected twist to one of our most popular product families and makes this new Manero Flyback Green an ideal companion for contemporary travelers who share the Bucherer family’s adventurous spirit.”
The Flyback Function: What’s in a Name?
The contemporary timepiece features a chronograph with a flyback function, which means that the user can skip the steps of stopping and restarting the chronograph hand and instead reset the time measurement directly while the chronograph hand jumps to zero and the time measurement starts again. As the complication’s name suggests, the hand will “fly back” to the zero position.
The 43 mm stainless steel case has a double-domed sapphire crystal with an anti-reflective coating on both sides along with a sapphire crystal caseback that reveals a clear view of the CFB 1970 automatic movement offering a power reserve of 42 hours.
The Manero Flyback Green: Taking Inspiration from Our Natural World
The Manero Flyback Green is presented on an olive-green textile strap and is water-resistant to 3 bar (30 m). And, with a dial inspired by the world around us, this eye-catching watch subtly reconnects us to nature’s defining colour wherever our lives and our dreams might take us.
Carl F. Bucherer Manero Flyback Green Technical Specifications
Reference number: 00.10919.08.93.98 – EUR 5.500, Recommended retail price
- Chronograph: minute and seconds counter, flyback, tachymeter, date, hour, minute, small seconds
- Automatic, CFB 1970 caliber, diameter 30.4 mm, height 7.9 mm, 25 jewels, power reserve 42 hours
- Stainless steel, double-domed sapphire crystal with anti-reflective treatment on both sides,
- case back with sapphire crystal,
- water-resistant to 3 bar (30 m),
- diameter 43 mm, height 14.45 mm
- Olive green
- Olive green textile strap, 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