The Bovet Recital 18 Shooting Star in depth
The Recital 18 Shooting Star has an inclined case, engraved half spheres to display the phases of the moon and a second time zone, a cylindrical system to tell what time zone it is, a super precise tourbillon regulator, and a back of the movement entirely manually engraved. This is just to mention a few features among so many. In other words, this timepiece brings as much inventiveness as technique and crafts. Pascal Raffy, Owner and CEO of Bovet, explains that the Recital 18 Shooting Star was made to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the rebirthed Dimier manufacture, which is the facility of Bovet.
The pitch was all about journey and exploration. For this reason, the watch is also easy to set thanks to two secured pushers. More than a new complex watch, the Recital 18 Shooting Star brings an unexpected, fresh and creative new way to look at high-end horology. Thus it reinforces, again, the Bovet catalogue that already has now a unique collection of very rare and strong complex models.