Yes, the Italians did it again… Breaking one record after another, Bvlgari’s signature super flimsy assortment, the Octo Finissimo , proceeds with its triumphant ahead walk. Consistently, the Roman brand comes out with something significantly really amazing, much more slender and still, exceptionally contemporary in plan. Bvlgari has not just figured out how to become a Master of the super dainty complication yet it has in a real sense patched up and revived a classification that was generally very traditionalist. And in light of the fact that the Octo Finissimo Automatic Tourbillon was presented recently as the thinnest automatic watch and the thinnest tourbillon watch, the opportunity has already come and gone to understand how the brand turned into an expert of skinny movements.
The thinnest tourbillon in 2014, the thinnest moment repeater in 2016, the thinnest automatic watch (for a couple of months) in 2017… We figured Bvlgari would have halted here. In any case, it didn’t. At Baselworld 2018, the Roman brand crushed all records with its new, amazing, modern Octo Finissimo Automatic Tourbillon , the world’s thinnest automatic watch and tourbillon watch at any point made – with a paper-flimsy 3.95mm case.
Creating watches of these qualities doesn’t come all of a sudden. A long time of involvement, of innovative work and both monetary and individual speculations, were vital. In any case, the outcome goes past all assumptions. With regards to the super slight watch, one other assembling had, until a couple of years prior, complete authority. It presently has a super competitive Swiss-Italian adversary. What makes Bvlgari interesting in this way for thinness isn’t just on the specialized side, yet in addition in the new, contemporary and Roman-roused plan of the Octo Finissimo assortment. Disregard the traditionalist, grave dainty dress watch. The Octo is youthful, intense – and slight, extremely slender too.
How did Bvlgari figure out how to become such an expert of super slight watches? How was the Octo Finissimo formed and planned? Today, we move the MONOCHROME offices to Rome, Italy and we talk with Jean-Christophe Babin, CEO of the brand, and Guido Terreni, Managing Director of Bvlgari Watches, to discover about this great accomplishment in the video at the highest point of this article.
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