Continuous Innovation Real Shot Of Bucherer Plavi Power Reserve Watch

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   The Plavier EvoTec PowerReserve watch contains the concept of independent innovation by Bucherer, because the brand is not only pursuing traditional mechanical functions into existing models, but has developed a more intelligent and reliable mechanical technology solution, so the brand uses With its own proprietary ‘Smart SimPlexity’ research and development concept, it develops a new generation of self-made movements and functional modules, highlighting its independent brand spirit. This technology is reflected in the CFB A1000 self-made movement equipped with the Plavi EvoTec DayDate watch. An active lever is added to the calendar gear that controls the big calendar. Only 10-digit discs will change, while single-digit discs remain unchanged.

   The Plavi EvoTec PowerReserve watch retains the calendar structure technology of the self-made movement and adds a new power reserve display mode: under the curved scale between 2 o’clock and 4 o’clock on the dial, the red pointer is connected to the tooth bar, and then The driver is driven by a differential structure. After the mainspring is tightened, the pointer will point to ‘High’, and with the loss of power, the pointer will slowly point to ‘Low’; the white tooth bar formed with the unique bright red background of Bucherer. In sharp contrast, as the pointer moves down, the area of ​​the red part increases, making the remaining power display clearer.
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Updated: 23. October 2011 — 4:28
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