Introducing: The Bulgari Octo Roma (Live Pics & Pricing)

Introducing: The Bulgari Octo Roma (Live Pics & Pricing)

The Bulgari Octo Roma in rose gold.

First things first, the Octo Roma has a 41mm adjusted octagonal case. It’s not close to as sharp and building as what you’ll discover with, say, the Octo Finissimo Automatique  (or the Solotempo). The watch is accessible in hardened steel with a dark lacquered dial and a steel wristband, treated steel with a silvered dial or an earthy colored dial and a croc lash, two-tone pink gold and tempered steel with a silvered dial and a crocodile tie, and, at last, pink gold with an earthy colored dial and a gator strap. 

The Bulgari Octa Roma in two-tone tempered steel and pink gold. 

All of the models have a straightforward three-hand and date design with the date traditionally showed at three o’clock in a little window. Fueling the line is the programmed type BVL 191, which is one of Bulgari’s straightforward in-house developments. It has a 42-hour power save, runs in 26 gems, and utilizations clay metal rollers for the bi-directional winding system.

Additionally, Bulgari has presented another earthy colored dial made in-house at its own special dial processing plant. The method includes numerous layers of enamel stain, which makes incredible sheen. The earthy colored dial is accessible in both the steel and pink gold models, however not the two-tone. The whole assortment has the standard Bulgari Arabic numerals at 12 and six o’clock and rod to check the other hours.

The show caseback flaunting the in-house programmed type BVL 193. 

Bulgari Octo Roma in rose gold with the new temple polish dial.

The Octo Roma is evaluated at $5,950 in treated steel on a lash, $6,500 in steel on an arm band, $7,150 in two-tone pink gold and steel, and $18,300 in strong pink gold. For more,  visit Bulgari on the web .