Bovet Virtuoso VIII Chapter Two Reimagined

Bovet has now released a new version of Chapter 2 of their Virtuoso VII in a reimagined form. It expresses watchmaking craftsmanship, decorative arts, mechanical originality and innovation in some rather interesting ways.

We conducted a thorough and detailed review of the Bovet Fleurier Tourbillon Virtuoso III Perpetual Calendar, and VII is built on the display, making Bovet an interesting brand to consider. Although we are sure that Virtuoso I and II must have appeared at some point, Bovet’s website starts with III.

The series always showcases the manufacturer’s craftsmanship, so the name of the series is no coincidence. It was specifically chosen to reflect the intentions of brand owner Pascal Raffy. In particular, both the series and Bovet watches have this flaunting commercial atmosphere, where traditional watchmaking art meets sophistication and brilliance. We think it makes interesting watches.

With the advent of Chapter 2, the 2020 version uses an 18k red gold case. And this new version of Reimagined is released with a black DLC titanium case, and uses a lot of SuperLumiNova to create a huge luminous effect. This new version offers four dial options, each option is limited to 8 pieces, and the total version size is 32.

The Calibre 17BM06-GD movement is still maintained. This is not a bad thing, because the movement is spectacular. It is full of interesting functions in terms of clocks. The list includes a double-sided flying tourbillon, a 10-day power reserve and a large date indicator, and a unique differential keyless winding system. Most importantly, this movement has always and continues to feature the finest art.

We asked to view and photograph the redesigned Virtuoso VII Chapter 2, but still had to find that this is an extremely limited version. If we can do this, we will update.

Adjacent to the original, the latest Virtuoso VIII Chapter Two is a brand new, modern and sporty timepiece while maintaining excellent watchmaking craftsmanship. This is a follow-up to the theme of the House of Bovey-using interesting materials, colors, treatments and displays to modernize these complex timepieces, while emphasizing the handmade nature of the brand’s internal production process.

Speaking of in-house production, the Bovet 1822 process benefited from an incredible three-year partnership with Rolls-Royce, resulting in a pair of beautiful custom timepieces and a stern instrument panel mounting system.

Just as participating in Formula One has injected a small amount of technology into the car manufacturer’s passenger cars, the research, development and testing of these cars (including crash tests) Boat Tail watches have produced engineering and manufacturing achievements that affect all aspects of Bovet’s production. All series have benefited from this kind of technology and technical exchange, including the Virtuoso VIII Chapter Two brand.

The Super-LumiNova coated dial is not just the hour markers or markers, but the entire dial surface, which is available in gold, blue, salmon, turquoise, green and purple. Each color is limited to eight (8) watches. After charging, these dials actually pop up, displaying brightness in a unique way. When you first see the transition of these watches from light to dark, you will be surprised and happy. Now you can see the light of Bovet-Super-LumiNova under a completely different light. discount swiss watches

In the past few years, House of BOVET has incorporated Super-LumiNova luminous materials into its watches in a unique way-on the lunar surface of the moon phase, on various sundial series-but this is the first Super-LumiNova This powerful application on the dial truly reflects modernity.

The grade 5 titanium case of these new Virtuoso VIII Chapter Two watches has been treated with bright black DLC to create a “dark side” that contrasts with the bright and vivid dial colors.