The Bvlgari house and the All Blacks from New Zealand, the reknowned rugby team, come together to present an extraordinary limited-edition watch: The Bvlgari Endurer Chronosprint All Blacks.

As part of the Daniel Roth Collection, this watch is a perfect display of elegance, sophistication, and painstaking hand work. Furthermore, it represents the affinity between both icons, each one in its respective branch, and the similarities in their own history (both were founded in 1884).

In its design, the Bvlgari Endurer Chronosprint All Blacks reflects the aesthetic of Bvlgari and the style of the All Blacks. The hours and minutes are displayed in a slightly decentralized axis, while the automatic spring, Calibre DR1306, offers a simple chronograph. It features, as well, a double minute hand graduated at 12 hours and 60 minutes. 

Its decoration follows the precepts of the Swiss manufacturer, as shown in the pearled surfaces, Côtes de Genève decorations and bevels. The lines of the case, made of a Staybrite steel structure, protect it from corrosion. Finally, this piece is crowned with a Koru decorated sphere, the Maori symbol that represents life, growth, force, peace and rebirth.   

Furthermore, the original All Blacks logo is found engraved on the back of the case, made of semitransparent tainted crystal sapphire. For its part, the rubber wristband features a DLC-treated steel buckle, with ensures security and flexibility.



Text: AMURA ± Photo: Bvlgari