Zoom Tasti Tondi
Zoom Tasti Tondi

Tasti Tondi

Ref. 1011-A  /  CHF460.00
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An attractive chronograph crafted with care for details, such as the tasti tondi engraved pushers, the decagonal screwed caseback with interior perlage finish and deep engravings, exterior circular brushed and polished finish. This particular reference has a blued steel finish on the chronograph functions hands. The steel is heated up to a certain temperature and becomes blue, a special technique used in watchmaking. The hands are domed and curved to bring even more desirable details into this 38mm case wristwatch.

Sold out and permanently retired. This reference will not be produced again.
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Chronograph with tachymeter scale base 1000 / 24 hours indications

Case: 38mm diameter in 316L stainless steel with reference number (20201), 11.3mm thickness, 46mm lug to lug / Two tons dial, white cream and light grey colour

Double domed sapphire crystal with five layers of antireflective coating and top layer of anti-fingerprints coating

Waterproof case: 5 ATM / 50 Meters

Leather: textured calf honey colour with cream lining / Strap widths (mm): 20/16. The buckle is signed and has a interior brushed finish with reference number engraved (20201.1). This reference comes also with a black leather calfskin strap included in the packaging.

Seiko VK64 (mechaquartz with mechanical module). The mechaquartz movements were invented after the Quartz crisis in the late 80's by swiss and japanese brands quite at the same time. In Switzerland, the first mechaquartz was invented by LeCoultre and Piguet. In Japan, by Seiko.

Thickness of 11.3mm

The anti-scratch double domed sapphire crystal has been upgraded with five layers of antireflective coating and anti-fingerprints coating. The 38mm case is made of highly polished 316L stainless steel case.


furlan marri case chronograph horlogerie

Mecaquartz. An interesting story to tell.

Mechaquartz movements were first invented in Switzerland and Japan during the quartz crisis in the late 80's. In Switzerland, Piguet and LeCoultre were the first to invent this particular movement. Because of quartz movements, watchmakers wanted to bring back the feeling of a sweeping second hand that could only be found on a mechanical watch at that time. They invented a mechanical module that could be paired with the accuracy of quartz battery. In Japan, Seiko took an advantage by proposing this movement to the actual market. Today, Furlan Marri wanted to bring back the story of "Mechaquartz", as it is also part of the Swiss History of watchmaking.

A packaging experience full of stories.