Introducing The Bulgari Serpenti Seduttori Tourbillon
Last year at Baselworld, Bulgari delivered the Serpenti Seduttori, a solitary tie/arm band rendition of the famous Serpenti. The Serpenti as a rule includes a twofold or triple wrap wristband with finish or gold scales. The Sedutori, then again, has a case head formed like a snake’s head (much the same as the Serpenti) with a standard single scaled arm band or cowhide tie. At the point when the Seduttori was first delivered it had a quartz development. Well it’s back now with a manual-winding tourbillon development in three renditions: white gold with jewels and a cowhide lash; white gold with precious stones and a coordinating scaled arm band; and rose gold with jewels and a calfskin tie. The type BVL150 flaunts a tourbillon, 40-hour power save, and water-opposition up to 30m. The tie variants have recently over 2.5 carats worth of precious stones while the wristband rendition has over 7.5 carats.
I have consistently cherished the Serpenti. Its perfect plan and rich history is unrivaled by most women’s watches as of now underway today – it truly is a notorious watch in a literal sense. The other, more “easygoing” line at Bulgari is the Tubogas assortment, which highlights watches with single, twofold, up to fourfold wrap wristbands produced using gold-wrapped iron loops. I locate that the Seduttori line falls some place in the middle of these. I suppose you are the Creative Designer at Bulgari, it is hard to rethink a watch that has done so well for you, however I think the Seduttori was very professional – it’s comfortable, simple to wear, and still has the complex style that Bulgari addresses. As a development to a year ago’s presentation, I think it is just fitting for Bulgari to make an all the more in fact progressed Seduttori with a minuscule manual-twisting development with a tourbillon. This is the maker that presented to us the most slender programmed chronograph GMT , all things considered. My undisputed top choice is normally the white gold with jewels and arm band; the scales are smooth and cool to the touch, and who am I to deny a little bling?
Model: Serpenti Seduttori Tourbillon
Reference Number: 103257 (rose gold), 103260 (white gold), and 103262 (white gold with bracelet)
Case Material: White or rose gold set with diamonds
Dial Color: Pavé-set diamonds
Indexes: Baton lists with Roman numeral at 12 o’clock
Water Resistance: Up to 30m
Strap/Bracelet: In white gold form only
Functions: Hours and minutes, with tourbillon
Dimensions: 22mm x 18mm
Power Reserve: 40 hours
Frequency: 3 Hz (21,600 vph)
Additional Details: Diamond weight is 2.88 cts without the arm band, and 7.89 cts with the bracelet
Estimating & Availability
Price: $151,000 (white gold with arm band), $82,000 (white gold), $78,000 (rose gold)
Availability: Not yet announced
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