Dear All, Here are some better pictures and more thoughts on my Octo Finissimo Chrono Revolution LE. First I have to confess that i really love 70' inspired sport watches with a "Genta feel". I have a VC Overseas gen 2 "Deep Stream" with the titanium beze
Unlike the other one this one is water resistant to 100 mtrs and being steel it is heavier then the brushed titanium version. The blue dial is brilliantly executed and no doubt it’s an icon in making.. Haven’t removed the plastics as it fate has not been
The newest addition to my collection. Bulgari Octo Finissimo ref# 103431 in steel with amazing blue lacquered sunburst dial. 100m water resistance, 60 hr power reserve, 6.4mm thick. Sporty yet elegant, and so thin.
Bulgari Octo Finissimo in titanium. Grey dial, 40mm diameter case, automatic in house movement. Market response was enthusiastic, and Bulgari quickly expanded the line-up of models, some with complicated movements. But the first one would always be the on
Bulgari really dropped a bomb with the Octo Finissimo Chronograph GMT! It’s a true watchmaking masterclass. I love my Offshore but AP / PP should really wake up. From caliber to overall design the Octo is in the 21st century while other category champions
I’ve been a huge fan of the Octo Finissimo line for a while now and have always known I’d be picking one up at some point. When the Tadao Ando edition was announced for the Japanese market last year I was immediately mesmerized by the dial. I had a trip p