True to its philosophy to build on the past to invent the future, Cuervo y Sobrinos has looked to one of its iconic watches from the 1950s as the setting for an extra-thin calibre with the innovative addition of a power-reserve disc which only appears when power is running low. Deliciously vintage with its characteristic 1950s "flamboyant" guilloché, hence its name, this timepiece demonstrates, with enviable style, the impressive expertise which this most Latin of Swiss brands has acquired over its 132-year history.
Mechanical hand-wound, CYS 2010 calibre on an ETA 7001 base, 4 mm high, 21 jewels, 21,600 vib/h, train wheel bridge with anthracite treatment, Côtes de Genève fan pattern on the bridges, engraved "Testimony of style since 1882", 42-hour power reserve
Hours, minutes, small seconds, power-reserve indicator
Steel, 40 mm Domed anti-reflective sapphire crystal Sapphire back Water-resistant to 30 metres (3 bar / 100 ft)
Silver, "Flameante" guilloché Power-reserve indicator at 12 o'clock Small seconds at 6 o'clock
Louisiana alligator with steel folding clasp
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