Limited Editions

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9.8
Limited Editions

Bvlgari

OCTO FINISSIMO AUTOMATIC TITANIUM LIMITED EDITION

9.8 / 10

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WHAT WE THINK

Julien Haenny
Managing Director

WHAT WE THINK Julien Haenny

For the inaugural limited series for the Fine Watch Club, we are honoured to work with Bvlgari on the Octo Finissimo Automatic, which is not only one of the most awarded watches in our industry, but also a world record holder. The chocolate brown hands and indices add a warm touch to this exclusive pairing; one that I think many of our members will appreciate. 

Why this watch?

Technical specifications

Description

The Bvlgari Octo Finissimo, the world’s thinnest automatic watch and winner in the Men’s Watch category at the GPHG, comes in a limited edition featuring an exclusive colour combination for the Fine Watch Club, pairing the original titanium matte grey with hour and minute hands and indices in a warm chocolate brown.

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  • Diameter: 41 mm
  • Thickness: 5.15 mm
  • Chocolate coloured hands and indices on sandblasted titanium
  • Mechanical self-winding Caliber BVL 138 Finissimo, 2.23mm thick
  • Power reserve: 55 hours
  • Hours, minutes, small seconds
  • Sandblasted Titanium
  • Sandblasted Titanium
  • Folding buckle
  • Water-resistance: 30 metres
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Expert Ratings

Bvlgari

OCTO FINISSIMO AUTOMATIC TITANIUM LIMITED EDITION

9.8 / 10
  • Brice

    Brice Lechevalier
    Editor-in-Chief, GMT

  • Krish

    Krish Raman
    Fine Watch Club member

  • Suzanne

    Suzanne Wong
    Editor-in-Chief, Worldtempus

  • Julien

    Julien Haenny
    Managing Director, Fine Watch Club

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"This is an awesome watch. The whole concept of making a watch with the thinnest high tech movement, is truly a great innovation."

Krish Raman
Watch Collector 

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