Like the Bambino, the Symphony has long been a classic watch staple. It is everything the Bambino isn’t—a tad larger, but with a flat crystal and a fully polished case. It was only a matter of time that the Symphony received an upgraded movement, and today we’re proud to showcase the Symphony III.
This third iteration of the classic collection has undergone a few slight design changes, starting with the hands. The signature dauphine hands have been swapped for a spear-tip set. The chapter ring is now flat against the edge of the case and features a concentric design. Additionally, the date window has more of a rounded frame. While these are all pretty subtle changes, the watch certainly hasn’t lost its luster—it’s still as polished (literally) and elegant as ever, especially with its sunburst dial.
The size of the watch has been upped by a mere .6mm from the original. As mentioned, it’s been upgraded with our caliber F6722, which is automatic, manual-winding, and hacking. In fact, the movement can be observed through a clear exhibition case back, just like the models that came before it.
The original Symphony watch was offered in a wide range of colorways and configurations, and the Symphony III is no different. They Symphony III will be offered in seven different colorways, from black and white and gold tone to blue, the first of its kind for the collection.