Bvlgari returned to Baselworld this year with one of the most impressive feats of watch engineering on the planet. We're talking about the new Octo Finissimo Tourbillon Automatic, an ultra-thin watch that is the thinnest automatic, the thinnest automatic tourbillon, and the thinnest tourbillon in the world. It's not a concept watch either, Bvlgari plans to put these bad boys into production and of course, it's going to cost you a good amount of coin.
Limited to 50 pieces, the 42mm watch is just 3.95mm thick and is cast in lightweight, sandblasted titanium with a matching sandblasted titanium bracelet. The movement is Bvlgari's record-breaking BVL 288, which features hours, minutes, and a flying tourbillon and clocks in at an ultra-svelte 1.95mm and has a power reserve of 55 hours.