Design| @ParmigianiWatch Display Chiron-Inspired Bugatti Type 390 Series


• Premier Swiss luxury watchmaker Parmigiani Fleurier unveils it’s latest design with the Bugatti Type 390 rendition. Paying homage to the exhilarating Bugatti Chiron- Parmigiani looks to make a power statement with what is claimed to be “the world’s smallest ever ball bearing”. A list of features follow this large claim such as unique trains and material choice.

Given the chance to voice an opinion, Parmigiani stated: “It is true to say that, just like the supercar which inspired it, the Parmigiani Fleurier Bugatti Type 390 has a lot going on under the bonnet! A true phenomenon in the traditional watch design landscape, Parmigiani Fleurier’s new Bugatti Type 390 is primarily an engine block on the wrist. No frills, no purely decorative elements: everything is focused on performance, on the essentials. “We have implemented technology right where it is needed”, explained the manufacturers. That is to say, everywhere – or very nearly – but always with the end goal in mind: performance and reliability. This same mindset has prevailed since the start of the partnership between the high-flying watchmaker and the legendary car manufacturer.

Taking all their inspirational cues from the entire Chiron build, the Parmigiani watch-artisans outfitted the new Bugatti Type 390 with a cylindrical mechanical Calibre PF390 with flying tourbillon, a triangular barrel coupling system, an 80-hour power reserve, a titanium cage enclosement, Hermes alligator leather wristlets and more striking features. Produced in white gold and rose gold iterations, this watch is limited to ten units per model.

You can take a look at the Parmigiani Fleurier Bugatti Type 390 timepiece above, while the watch can be yours for around $298,000 USD. For more information, head on over to the official Parmigiani Fleurier website.

…. Get A Closer Look At Parmigiani Fleurier Bugatti Type 390 Below, ENJOY ….


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