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Gerald Genta Watch

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Ref . 103448

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Gerald Genta Watch

Ref . 103448

Gérald Genta Arena Bi-Retro Sport watch with mechanical manufacture movement, automatic bidirectional winding, jumping hours, retrograde minutes (210°) and date (180°), 43 mm brushed titanium case, black and anthracite dial and matte black alligator bracelet. Water-resistant up to 100 metres

₹ 10,22,000.00

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  • Description
    Acquired by Bvlgari in 2000, Gérald Genta and its inestimable savoir-faire have served as an inspiration and a driving force for the Roman Maison to establish itself in the top league of high-end Swiss watchmakers. Today the master designer’s eponymous brand is back in the spotlight with an exceptional sport model bearing the inimitable spirit and technical genius of Gérald Genta. Housed in the famous chunky, round Arena case – truly representative of Gérald Genta’s revolutionary spirit – the timepiece gives new life to the brand’s distinctive design codes and signature mechanical movements.
    Gérald Genta Arena Bi-Retro Sport watch with mechanical manufacture movement, BVL 300 Bi-retro calibre with automatic bidirectional winding, jumping hours, retrograde minutes (210°) and date (180°), 43 mm brushed titanium case, black and anthracite dial, yellow indexes and hands, matte black alligator bracelet and titanium ardillon buckle. Water-resistant up to 100 metres.
  • Details

    Diameter (mm)

    43

    Case Shape

    Round

    Functions

    Bi-Retro

    Movement Typology

    Automatic

    Band Material

    Alligator leather

    Power Reserve

    42 hours

    Frequency

    28'800 VpH (4Hz)

    Water Resistance

    100 m

    Buckle

    Folding Buckle

    Material​

    Titanium

    Band Color

    Black

    Size

    43

    Color​

    Grey

Founded in 1969 by the namesake designer and master of watches, the Gérald Genta brand was quickly recognised for creating some of the most striking and iconic timepieces in modern history. In 2000, the company was acquired by Bvlgari, and the decades of expertise engendered in this acquisition helped lay the foundation for the Roman Maison as an unrivalled force in the world of high-end Swiss watchmakers. A success born from the unique formula of technical know-how and aesthetic mastery.

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