Condition: Unworn in mint condition, without signs of wear
Description: Stainless steel case with a stainless steel bracelet. Fixed bezel. White dial with silver-tone hands and Roman numeral hour markers. Dial Type: Analog. Date display at the 3 o'clock position. Two- 24 hours, power reserve. Carl F. Bucherer Calibre CFB 1953 automatic movement with about 42 hours of power reserve. Scratch resistant sapphire crystal. Screw down crown. Tonneau case shape. Water resistant at 50 meters / 165 feet. Functions: date, hour, minute, second, power reserve. Case dimensions: 42 mm x 35 mm. Automatic Men's Watch
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The Story: Carl F. Bucherer is a Swiss watch company based in Lucerne, Switzerland, which manufactures luxury men's and women's watches. Since its founding in 1888, the company has been wholly owned by the Bucherer family, making Carl F. Bucherer one of the oldest luxury Swiss watchmakers continuously held by the founding family. The company is run by the original family's third generation, with Jörg G. Bucherer serving as chairman of the board.
The watch models of Carl F. Bucherer can be distinguished by certain functions including the chronograph, flyback, tachymeter, tourbillon as well as indicators and displays such as big date and day, power reserve, 24 hours, moon phases, three time zones, calendar, and perpetual calendar.
In 1888, Carl Friedrich Bucherer established his first boutique selling watches and jewelry in Lucerne, Switzerland. In 1919, Carl Friedrich Bucherer launched his first ladies’ watch collection in the art deco style. He is one of the first watchmakers to adopt the watch strap, which at the time was still a revolutionary concept. By 1948, the company was focusing on sporty chronographs that prominently displayed the current date.
By 1968, Carl F. Bucherer had manufactured around 15,000 high-precision, certified chronometers, making the company one of the top three Swiss producers of these specialized timepieces.
In 1976, Jörg G. Bucherer, the third generation of the family, took over the company. In 2001, the Carl F. Bucherer brand was repositioned and the company launched the Patravi watch collection. In 2005, the company filed a patent for the monopusher mechanism of the Patravi TravelTec watch, which permits the parallel display of three time zones.
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