Bulgari is pleased to introduce the new Octo Roma collection at Geneva Springtime 2023. The collection offers a range of ultra-modern timepieces, from an elegant automatic watch to the Tourbillon. Particularly noteworthy is the in-house Caliber BVL 399, which is incorporated into the new Octo Roma Chronograph.

With its distinctive bold design, the Octo Roma illustrates Bulgari’s capacity for innovation and its contribution to Swiss watchmaking with its signature Italian flair.

First introduced in 2012, Octo has had a considerable impact on the watchmaking communities over the last decade. It has become synonymous with a profoundly innovative and powerful Italian-style design that enriches Swiss watchmaking art – and with Bulgari’s uncanny ability to renew and reinvigorate its hallmark aesthetic. The new Octo Roma collection is characterized by its versatility, sophistication, and elegance. It appeals to a self-confident individual with a refined sense of style: one who demands a statement timepiece that offers a range of options, from a gorgeous automatic watch to a stunning chronograph to a mesmerizing tourbillon piece. With its distinctive daring design, the Octo Roma exemplifies Bulgar’s capacity for innovation and its contribution to Swiss watchmaking with its signature Italian flair.

  • The Octo Roma collection embodies a contemporary style that makes a lasting impression, showcasing the brand’s rich Roman roots and paying tribute to an architectural heritage and watchmaking craftsmanship.
  • The octagonal shape of the case pays homage to the brand’s historical connection to the Eternal City. The intricate Clous de Paris motif on the dial of the automatic and chronograph models honours Swiss Haute Horlogerie. Octo Roma’s distinctive, non-circular design combines powerful style, versatility in wearability and that unmistakable touch of Italian allure.
  • The Octo Roma automatic and chronograph models come equipped with a convenient tool-free interchangeable wristband system, offering the freedom to switch looks whenever desired.