Tried out the Bvlgari Octo Finissimo Skeleton (limited 200). Had on my own AP 15305 skeleton at the time so I could do a visual comparison. Previously, I tried on E Sharp’s Octo and while flat, I found the watch taking up a lot of real estate on my wrist.
My new Octo Finissimo arrived in time for my birthday due in 2 days, it’s a limited edition of 200 pieces with blue hands and indexes, which at least in my taste fit better, much better, to be honest than the original black It fits my wrist like a glove,
The Octo Finissimo collection symbolizes Bulgari's watchmaking ambition. It offers not only a distinctive and recognizable aesthetic but also a solid and innovative watchmaking content rewarded by several fineness records. Bulgari has thus become a credib
I was lucky to score an invite to a BVLGARI event here in Melbourne with a well-known local watch website. I am very impressed by the Octo Finissimo Range The minute repeater is just INSANELY good. But my most favourite piece was the automatic On the tita
The most charming moments always have an end... But I will write an article about the three weeks I spent with the Octo Finissimo Skeleton and I think that these excellent memories will make me smile again! So stay tuned! Fx
Just got this wonderful Endurer ( thanks to Anthony for his advices and time ! ) and still amazed by the curves of the bezel .... Now I think to add to the small collection one Octo, bi or quadri retro ( I recognize I prefere a bit the bi retro for its lo
... Octo Finissimo titanium skeleton, what is your opinion? I like the absence of dial, the blue accents, the blue strap (even if I would gonfor a titanium bracelet), obviously the overall thinnes and the case... The dial (or better the absence of it) bre