ince it was first introduced in 2017, the Manero Flyback has proven to be one of Carl F. Bucherer’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 43mm stainless steel case with vintage-inspired mushroom pushers, is completed 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. 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 travellers who share the Bucherer family’s adventurous spirit.”
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.
The Manero Flyback Green’s 43mm stainless steel case has a double-domed sapphire crystal with 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 timepiece is presented on an olive-green textile strap and is water-resistant to 3 bar (30m).