Lancement du Chronomètre FB 1.4 à la Dubai Watch Week 2017
Ferdinand Berthoud booth at the Dubai Watch Week
Historical pieces on display
Chronomètres FB 1 on display
For the second time, the Chronométrie FERDINAND BERTHOUD exhibited at the Dubaï Watch Week 2017. The visitors had the chance to discover for the first time in the world the new Chronomètre FERDINAND BERTHOUD 1.4, the latest titanium declination of its first chronometer FB 1 featuring sapphire bridges.
Chronométrie FERDINAND BERTHOUD was proud to be able to exhibit at the Dubai Watch Week and present for the first time its Chronomètre FERDINAND BERTHOUD FB 1.4. Its horological complexity and pure, uncluttered elegance attracted the curiosity of a demanding local and international clientele.
With its all-titanium case and bright blue detailing, the Chronomètre FERDINAND BERTHOUD FB 1.4 ushers Chronométrie FERDINAND BERTHOUD firmly into the modern era. This demanding and technical metal transfigures a timepiece already exceptional by the quality of its construction, its craftmanship and its complications. Interpreted in two versions, with a black or silver-toned dial swept over by blued hands, this certified chronometer is a lighter version of the Chronomètre FERDINAND BERTHOUD FB 1. Its lightness and its modernity are further reinforced by the choice of chamfered sapphire bridges for its FB-T.FC-2 calibre. Their transparency enables the gaze to plunge into the depths of the entirely rhodium-plated movement, while ensuring smooth visual integration with the titanium case colour.
Karl-Friedrich Scheufele added: “We have been partnering the Seddiqi family for a long time and we were very glad last year to announce our collaboration for la Chronométrie FERDINAND BERTHOUD. We attended the Dubaï Watch Week for the second time in a row. This fair is very important to meet new clients and watch connoisseurs of the Middle East and of the whole world. The Ahmed Seddiqi and sons organization teams are experts to create a perfect ultimate luxurious setting for clients to feel welcomed.”