Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Carl F. Bucherer Debuts Manero Peripheral and Manero Flyback to Consumers at WatchTime New York Luxury Watch Show

Swiss luxury watch brand Carl F. Bucherer once again exhibited at WatchTime New York, America's Luxury Watch event, held at Manhattan’s luxurious Gotham Hall on October 14th and 15th, 2016. The two day event, hosted by WatchTime Magazine in partnership with Watch Anish was attended by over 800 watch collectors, enthusiasts, and members of the press.

The event opened with a sold-out cocktail reception for more than 250 VIP guests, who were able to preview the newest and most innovative timepieces on exhibition. Carl F. Bucherer used the occasion to debut its much anticipated Manero Peripheral and Manero Flyback timepieces to consumer collectors in the US market for the first time. 
The Carl F. Bucherer booth, located in the heart of Gotham Hall, reflected the brand’s recent refresh, with distinctly golden design elements reflective of its luxurious identify. The booth was a beacon for collectors and enthusiasts, who flocked to see the latest timepieces from Carl F. Bucherer.

Meanwhile, guests also mingled with WatchTime principals in attendance, who included WatchTime Editor-in-Chief Roger Ruegger, Editor-at-Large Joe Thompson, and Publisher Sara Orlando, as well as the event partner and renowned social media influencer Anish Bhatt of Watch Anish.

The show opened to the public on Saturday, October 15th for a full day of expert panels, Q&A sessions, speeches, book signings, and exhibitor tours. The headline panel was led by Phillips auction house, during which Aurel Bacs and Paul Boutros explored the continuing vitality of luxury timepieces in today’s marketplace.

Over the course of the two-day show, WatchTime New York welcomed over 800 qualified collectors, watch enthusiasts, and press members through its doors. Carl F. Bucherer showcased many of the brand's finest timepieces, met with long time fans of the brand, and introduced its exquisite timepieces to an engaged new audience at WatchTime New York.

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