Bovet Virtuoso VII Table Clock
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Focus: Bovet 1822 Virtuoso VII limited edition

For this year, Bovet 1822 expands the Virtuoso VII collection with a new model. The timepieces are available as a limited edition in red or white gold with a green guilloché dial. Virtuoso VII features two dials and various display elements in a reduced size.

In addition, the timepiece features a perpetual calendar. It is one of the most highly-prized watchmaking complications. It shows the full date that accounts for the length of each month, whether 28, 29, 30, or 31 days. Created by Mr. Pascal Raffy, the owner of Bovet 1822, the Virtuoso VII timepiece shows the date, day of the week, month, and leap year cycle. Other indications include power reserve, hours, minutes, and seconds displayed on both dials of the timepiece.

Furthermore, Virtuoso VII comes with the patented Amadéo® case. The case allows one to wear the timepiece with a reversible bracelet, as a pocket watch, or as a desk clock. For greater comfort and chronometry, the movement’s single barrel ensures over five days of power reserve.

Technical specification:

Movement: Hand wound movement, 5 days power reserve.

Functions: Hours, minutes, sub-seconds, day, retrograde date, month, leap year, power reserve indicator, reversed hand-fitting (hours, minutes and seconds).

Case: Amadéo® convertible system, diameter 43.30 mm, thickness 11.25 mm, 18K red or white gold.

Dial: Red or green guillochés, or blue circular brushed.