for PISA 1940

The idea of ​​the collaboration is to re-interpret Octo Finissimo around the concept of "Industrial Milan" , a dynamic city and the economic center that we all know.
The "Industrial Milan" is also found in the satin dial, which recalls the colors of the PISA 1940 logo, and in the laser-engraved indexes: all elements that make the whole elegant and at the same time rough, as if just "hewn" by a blacksmith. Another important feature of Octo Finissimo for PISA 1940 is its absolute minimalism: the choice not to insert any logo on the dial – neither Bulgari nor PISA 1940 – is therefore consistent with this aesthetic suggestion. The entire character of the watch is expressed in the shapes, materials and color nuances. This exceptional timepiece, presented in a limited edition of 15 pieces, has an extremely fine (2.23 mm) self-winding mechanical movement with a power reserve of approximately 60 hours.

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With its captivating Italian design, combined with the excellence of Swiss watchmaking, OCTO is an expression of contemporary style

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