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Bulgari Unveils the Luxurious Octo Finissimo CarbonGold Collection

Bulgari release two new Octo Finissimos encased in carbon....

Bulgari continues to redefine elegance with the latest additions to its iconic Octo Finissimo collection: the exquisite “CarbonGold” Automatic and Perpetual Calendar. The brand have introduced a carbon case and with rose gold accents and crown. 

Bulgari’s affinity for innovation traces back to 1993 when it unveiled the inaugural Carbon Gold watch. Fast forward to the present, and the brand proudly introduces a carbon case into the Octo Finissimo line standing as a testament to the brand’s commitment to innovation. Both variants feature an anthracite-hued carbon case and bracelet, exquisitely adorned with a matte finish

Both iterations of the Octo Finissimo CarbonGold collection adhere to the iconic 40mm diameter, staying true to the Finissimo name while exuding an aura of refined luxury. As the embodiment of finesse, the ultra-slim profile of the cases showcases Bulgari’s unparalleled expertise in crafting timepieces that seamlessly blend aesthetics with functionality.

The Perpetual Calendar variant proudly boasts Bulgari’s caliber BVL 305—an engineering marvel that holds the title of the world’s thinnest perpetual calendar since its unveiling in 2021. With a mere thickness of 2.75mm, the caliber powers a captivating display, featuring a retrograde date that gracefully arcs across the dial’s zenith and a retrograde leap year indication at its nadir.

The CarbonGold Automatic variant is brought to life by the micro-rotor caliber BVL 138. This caliber proudly showcases its offset sub-seconds complication at the 7 o’clock position.

The Automatic variant commands an MSRP of US$26,800. Meanwhile, for those seeking the pinnacle of horological artistry, the CarbonGold Perpetual Calendar stands as an epitome of luxury, priced at US$89,000.


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