Bulgari’s Gérald Genta unveils Arena Bi-Retrograde Sport in Titanium
Gérald Genta has unveiled its first Arena Bi-Retro watch since last year’s 50th anniversary refresh.
Bulgari picked up the iconic watchmaker in the year 2000, and has since then allowed the watchmaker to continue doing what it does best and really push the envelope of watch design.
For those unawares, Gérald Genta has produced some of the most iconic watch designs in history, including the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak, the Bulgari Bulgari, the IWC Ingeneuir, the Omega Constellation and Patek Philippe’s Nautilus.
The new watch makes use of GG’s new ref. 103448 Arena Bi-Retrograde Sport Watch. This time around it has been given a titanium case makeover, BVL 300 movement and striking yellow accents.
As per the original Arena Bi-Retrograde Sport you get a retrograde function for both the date and minutes, as well as the watch’s signature jumping hour at the 12 o’clock position.
The new Gérald Genta measures 43 millimeters, and has a power reserve of 42 hours with a water resistance of 100 meters.
If you want to pick up the watch you can head over to Bulgari.com where it costs around US$17,000.
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