New release... arghhh
I am a fan. Already own one Octo Finissimo but could easily see myself wearing this new release. Opaline dial, titanium case, textured rubber strap. That movement inside. Superb package in my opinion.
Only weakness for me would be the meager 30m WR and I would have loved this in 40 as opposed to 42mm but can respect the movement requires the size... will have to seek one out to see how it feels on the wrist!
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New release... arghhh
I am a fan. Already own one Octo Finissimo but could easily see myself wearing this new release. Opaline dial, titanium case, textured rubber strap. That movement inside. Superb package in my opinion. Only weakness for me would be the meager 30m WR and I ...
A nice one indeed!
Love how they integrated the strap to the case, will probably get one of those rubber for mine! ...
That is certainly a cool version... hard to come by for the moment however ... but I agree it is very cool!
But bracelets can appear differently for different people. My Octo on bracelet is one of the most comfortable I have worn.... but for a sportier purpose I may prefer rubber as it feels like it would tolerate more movement...
Very much smitten
by this one myself, the 30m WR bothering me more than it appears to be bothering you, though. Looking forward to trying this on, an instant hit it seems. Cheers Marc
underwater is The heaven on earth
I do not necessarily intend to dive with these kind of watches (even though I throughly enjoy scuba activities). But I do want to be able to go into the pool and shower without being stressed about keeping it on the wrist
30m bothers me quite a bit... on rubber I expect to be able to wear actively without worrying about water... so it is quite a challenge and would be main excuse for me not going for one ...
Call me out all you want!
My "belief" is different from yours and if I err, I'd like to on the side of caution in this matter. Cheers Marc
For me the watch is part of my lifestyle and I want it to be worn in many types of condition.. this makes wr an important factor
Great job integrating the pushers into the overall design. It was born to be a chronograph.
Superb case design... now if only it was marginally smaller
Not sure I follow this comment... but perhaps you are right
Perhaps you have a point
But I would still argue the releases are justified so far... but yes would not like to see too many iterations in too short of a time span... however I have been on the lookout for a variety of the chrono since I was not in love with the gray dial... now ...
A green ceramic case with a gloss black dial in 40mm time only for ppro then!
No diving watch
But a sporty spirit would have hope for more that 30m wr...
The new steel all grey 40mm time only model looks very strong
am wearing the 40mm titanium since last January and it is my most worn watch. Love the bracelet without the clasp and with a blind closure. For me, this is another winner for Bvlgari. For those who want to swim with a watch, why not the Casio G-Shock Squa...
Black dial is very compelling addition...hence my attraction to this chrono!
That is quite exciting... look forward to seeing which one you went for!
Love this watch. I just wish it was 100m WR
The Oct Finissimo in titanium feels like pure silk on the wrist. Bulgari was the first watch company to take titanium and make it feel very premium. Many other titanium watches look nice but often times feel unsatisfying when wearing.
It has a great premium feel. Th finishing of the case and bracelet is top class... I am really in awe every time I wear mine !
Dare I say it...
The chrono in titanium at 100m WR would be a great alternative to the Rolex Daytona. Especially with the tackymeter scale and lume like on the Revolution version. Add the black textile strap. Boy, that would be the dream!
I think this iteration is good enough had it been 100m wr...