So anyways, I get to Bulgari to pick up my "fixed" Ceramic Octo Finissimo. Maybe it's been a while since I seen people, but man, these two lady SAs were mighty attractive. Maybe you can blame COVID for that. Trying to be handy, I brought my Bergeon 6767 S
For something like the Octo Finissimo, I feel that the bracelet is an integral part of the design. On the other hand, I've flatly detested every Grand Seiko bracelet I've seen, and have immediately slapped every GS I've owned onto a strap. Then there's al
Quite a few of my watches were on the spot purchases. From this year's watches it was especially the Bulgari Octo Finissimo that was in that category. I just could not resist the look and the feel on my wrist.
though even there, the Octo Finissimo range arguably represents the refinement of design language established by (and purchased with) Genta over a decade ago. You're very right to point out that technically, Omega continues to advance its offerings, while
Thank you for this great post! For me a bracelet is very important and I find the current bracelets actually pretty boring. Most brands seem to choose for the same option; the large buckle and for a few years even with pushers. Cartier used to be for many
Just saw on Fratello that Bvlgari announced a new Octo Finissimo blue dial in satin-polished stainless steel. This looks really good! I was already quite enamoured by the black dial model and now this.. Photos taken from Fratello