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New Bulgari Papillon Voyageur Watch

Bulgari added to his collection the new model of the watch, Bulgari Papillon Voyageur, which is in addition to contemporary and original design, features patented system for display the minutes. The casing is made of 18-carat pink gold and with their diameters of 46mm and a thickness of 15.2mm is certainly leaves the impression of a rather impressive when you put it on the hand. Convex sapphire glass with anti-reflection coating covering the watch face and due to the housing cover that also features a sapphire glass window, you can see the impressive and complex clockwork mechanism that forms the heart of this masterpiece of horology.

Bulgari Papillon Voyageur Watch: The French Luxury “Butterfly”

At elegantly designed three-dimensional dial that first strikes the eye is the absence of large hands and the non-standard display of time. The upper part of the dial is lacquered and occupies a window that is not an indicator for the date, but it shows the local time. In order to ensure the harmony of colors, bottom of the dial is made in a combination of colors and elements in brushed gold. Self-winding clock mechanism that drives this function is the work of Daniel Roth watchmaker company that is under the auspices of the Bulgari company. Calibre DR1307 working at high 28800 beats per hour and ensures the autonomy of 45 hours. Bulgari Papillon Voyageur will be made in a very small limited edition of 99 watches, and will cost $52,100.

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New Bulgari Papillon Voyageur Watch was last modified: August 24th, 2013 by Michoni
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Milan Jovicic's passion is cars, men fashion and gadgets. As an editor and blogger for Extravaganzi he writes articles about fast and luxury vehicles, yachts and fashion, especially interested in expensive watches. When not working, he enjoys watching F1 and motorcycle racing.

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