Buben & Zorwerg One Perpetual Calender


Buben & Zorweg is a name that commands respect in horological world. The master and market a leader when it comes to the watch winder segment, the famed brand has now forayed into the world of timepieces. Yes, picking the Baselworld 2012 as the platform to mark the unveiling of their debut timepiece, Buben & Zorweg have stolen the hearts of watch collectors across the globe with their first offspring, The One Perpetual Calender. Renowned watchmaker Martin Braun modified the manufacture caliber at the heart of the Buben & Zorweg One exclusive for the company.


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A delight to the eyes, this timepiece exudes the expertise and craftsmanship that Buben & Zorweg is renowned for. Boasting of a BZ01-MHO manufacture handwinding movement, this timepiece has a 156 hour power reserve. As the name suggests there is also a fully settable and adjustable calendar. A limited edition offering, it is available in three versions, rose gold, white gold and platinum. While the rose gold and white gold versions will be restricted to 99 pieces each only, the platinum version is even more exclusive with only 49 exclusive pieces.
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Along with the timepiece, the brand also impressed the Baselworld 2012 audience with its signature offerings, watch winders. Debuting at the show was the Time Mover – Handwound, an exemplary creation for maintaining valuable automatic watches and preserving their value. Developed in cooperation with partner company ELMA, this creation enables watch collectors to care for their precious hand-wound watches. Made with innovative technology, the TIME MOVER® –HANDWOUND uses electronically controlled sensitivity for unsurpassed, highly responsive precision for the best possible watch maintenance. What is more, it even guarantees perfect servicing for the complication of a perpetual calendar, which is where it comes into its own.
A beautiful offering, it is the perfect abode for The One Perpetual Calender timepiece.

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