Giuliano Mazzuoli Manometro 10th Anniversary Limited Edition

It has just been 10 years, since Giuliano Mazzuoli set foot into the universe of watchmaking with his somewhat surprisingly molded wrist watch. Mazzuoli’s first watch was motivated by a manometro, which implies ‘pressure gauge’ in Italian. Albeit the Manometro’s shape isn't extraordinary (recall Fred Dingemans’s d.m.h watches? ) his timepieces are surely cool and they stand apart from the group. At this point the Manometro from Mazzuoli has become a ...

Giuliano Mazzuoli Manometro 10th Anniversary Limited Edition

It has just been 10 years, since Giuliano Mazzuoli set foot into the universe of watchmaking with his somewhat surprisingly molded wrist watch. Mazzuoli’s first watch was motivated by a manometro, which implies ‘pressure gauge’ in Italian. Albeit the Manometro’s shape isn’t extraordinary (recall Fred Dingemans’s d.m.h watches? ) his timepieces are surely cool and they stand apart from the group. At this point the Manometro from Mazzuoli has become a significant notorious watch, which is notable by the genuine authority. Time to celebrate with a limited (and numbered) edition Manometro that takes after the absolute first model. 

While the Manometro is a round watch (nothing unusual up until now) it is mostly the situation of the crown and the tie connection that are extraordinary, and decide the watch’ notable and truly conspicuous looks. Mazzuoli’s Manometro is consistent with each trait of the article that has roused its creation: the tough tube shaped case, with a 45.2 mm distance across and 14.8 mm thickness, and the enormous crown that is situated at two o’clock. The dial is spotless and truly intelligible, not all that much, and zeroed in altogether clear crisp precision reading.

Giuliano Mazzuoli currently dispatches a limited edition of 120 pieces – one for every period of the previous 10 years – to praise the 10th anniversary of the Manometro. The tempered steel case is polished and features Giuliano Mazzuoli’s unmistakable engraved on the right-hand side of the case. The dial is in an ivory tone, like the absolute first Manometro. It includes the ‘hand-written’ limited edition number, which is additionally engraved for the situation back.

The Manometro is water safe 50 meters (5 atm) and has a shut case-back that is additionally engraved with the brand’s name and logo, “special edition – 10th anniversary – 2005-2015” and “swiss made”. Commonplace for all Giuliano Mazzuoli’s watches, is how the lashes are appended. There are no carries, anyway the calf-skin tie is in a bad way to a piece of steel that is incorporated into the case. The cowhide tie is made in Tuscany and it has a tempered steel clasp with the Mazzuoli logo engraved on it.

Ten years as it were, and various minor departure from the Manometro, it’s great to see this limited edition Giuliano Mazzuoli Manometro. An opportunity to possess a collectable piece, planned in Florence, Italy.

Some particulars – Giuliano Mazzuoli Manometro 10th Anniversary Limited Edition

  • Movement: programmed type ETA 2824/2
  • Case: stainless steel, 45.2 mm in width and 14.8 mm thick, enormous screw-in crown situated at 2 o’clock, Giuliano Mazzuoli’s signature is engraved in the righ-hand side of the case, 50 meters water confirmation, against intelligent curved sapphire crystal
  • Strap: hand-created regular calf-skin Tuscan calfskin tie embedded straightforwardly into the case with ‘support inserts’ and a steel buckle