Dedicated to the lovers of beautiful mechanics and charismatic designs, Bertolucci launches in 2010 an upscale timepiece, resolutely modern and profoundly masculine: FORZA.
Marrying technique, strength and elegance, the model emerges by its profiled lines, its precise and integrated curve. Revealed by the sapphire back of a generously proportioned all black case, FORZA is equipped with a Swiss self-winding chronograph calibre which beats at the rate of 28'800 vibrations per hour, with a power reserve of 38 hours. In an innovative construction celebrating the brand's origins, the watch outlines a unique profile where lugs draw a profile of a wave under the large and comfortable “pebble” of the case. Unexpectedly, FORZA will become a precious object of design for men in search of a strong, stylish and functional instrument.
Curved oval case in stainless steel, 45 x 42.50 mm and 14.70 mm of thickness, water-resistant to 50 meters – 150 feet (5 ATM)
Black opalin dial with a internal flange featuring a tachymeter scale around the luminescent indexes and displaying 3 sub-counters 12 hours, 30 minutes and small second
Mounted on a genuine rubber strap, the case alternates with a polished and fine-brushed finishing in an all black PVD execution, reinforcing the strong, stylish and functional look of FORZA
Swiss mechanical self-winding chronograph (calibre Soprod 131/4 2025 with 51 jewels and power reserve of 38 hours), revealed by a skeleton case back equipped with a convex sapphire crystal