The Bucherer Blue series presents three one-of-a-kind works of art that were made possible through a collaborative effort with Girard-Perregaux, H. Moser & Cie., and The Sword.
Bucherer Blue is pleased to introduce three brand-new, one-of-a-kind timepieces that have been designed with watch enthusiasts and collectors in mind. Three one-of-a-kind horological items have been developed through a partnership between Bucherer, Girard-Perregaux, H. Moser & Cie., and L’Epée. There is a maximum of 18 units available for each of them. Bucherer BLUE has collaborated with 25 of the most well-known watch brands in the world to date, and the result has been the creation of no fewer than 53 unique watches. All of them have, in honor of the event, reexamined their collections and redesigned some of their most iconic timepieces so that they can be shown in a new light and, of course, with a touch of blue.
This year, Girard-Perregaux is selling a tourbillon that features three flying bridges in its collection of timepieces. Bucherer
This year, Girard-Perregaux is presenting a tourbillon that is housed beneath three flying bridges. The bridges of this recognizable form have, over time, changed from having a swept-back shape to having the more modern “Neo” shape that is employed in Flying Bridges. The architecture of the movement has also been altered to create the illusion of a movement that is floating inside the case. This was done by giving the appearance that the movement is floating. Its case is made of polished titanium, and it is protected by two “boxes” made of sapphire crystal.
The first Streamliner limited edition watch created specifically for a partner is the Bucherer BLUE Streamliner tourbillon watch by H. Moser & Cie. The house fumé dial is paired with the integrated steel bracelet, links, and cushion-shaped case of the Streamliner models for this special event. The bezel is adorned with baguette-cut blue sapphires.
H. Moser & Cie. Bucherer presents the tourbillon watch known as the Bucherer BLUE Streamliner.
Last but not least, L’Epée 1839 conceived of the Time Fast x Bucherer Blue, a true sculpture that displays the current time and takes the form of a race car. The song “This Time Fast” makes one want to get behind the wheel of a race car. This one-seater racing car takes you back to your childhood with its fluid design that is worthy of the classics from the 1950s. Its Bucherer Blue finish integrates its movement, which is a stepped movement with an eight-day power reserve. This movement is built into the bodywork of the watch. Its mechanical engine works in a manner analogous to that of a pull-pull car.