Swiss luxury watch manufacture Carl F. Bucherer has unveiled a brand new watch movement developed in-house: the CFB A2000. With this new caliber, which can be used in a variety of models and enables new combinations of features, the watchmaker is paving the way for the future.
Carl F. Bucherer continues to lean on its own innovation drive and is successfully expanding its range of own Manufacture calibers. After years of development, the traditional company from Lucerne is launching the new caliber CFB A2000 in 2016, which was entirely designed and produced in the watchmakers’ own development workshops. This automatic caliber forms the basis of a complete movement series, and is set to drive the future of watchmaking.
The CFB A2000 is a universally applicable movement. Its basic structure was designed so that it can be incorporated into further future models. Its impressive rotation momentum predestines this automatic movement as a driving force to a wide range of additional functions under progress in the watchmakers own development workshops.
This new movement makes its debut in the new Manero Peripheral. Here, the first member of the new movement family ticks into action with the caliber CFB A2050, providing the following indications: Hours, minutes, small seconds, and the date at 3 o’clock.