Bvlgari breaks yet another new world record with the ultra-sleek design of their latest Octo Finissimo Watch.
Though the coronavirus has fully stopped this year’s Olympic Games in it’s tracks, 2020 is still the year of World Records for iconic luxury jewellers Bvlgari.
Driven by innovation, expertise and desire for excellence, Bvlgari’s Octo watch continues to break boundaries in the realm of modern watchmaking, and their sixth model: the Octo Finissimo Tourbillon Chronograph Skeleton Automatic Watch, is certainly no exception.
The watch was first debuted in 2014, rebirthing itself in all the subsequent years with ultra-thin skeleton movements, automatic winding, single-push chronographs and of course tourbillon. Combined, all these features make for a total 7.40mm thickness, taking the term “skinny queen” to an entirely new level.
“We already launched the smallest ladies watch Tourbillon on the market in Dubai last year, which complements Diva Finissima Minute Repeater, the thinnest chiming ladies watch available on the market,” Bvlgari’s CEO Jean-Christophe Babin said in a statement. “Complication and records are without genders at Bvlgari!”
It’s this unbridled passion for the watch-making craft that sets Bvlgari out from the rest, creating an entire series of sleek and record-breaking watches that continue to defy modern technology without sacrificing performance – a meeting of the minds between the scrupulous Swiss and diligent Romans.
As the brand continues to break records with themselves whilst further exploring the landscape of luxury jewellery, Bvlgari pledge allegiance to the aesthetically daring and disruptive, and always bringing something wilder to the table. We can only imagine what they’ll dream up next…