Li Bingbing, the brand ambassador of Carl F. Bucherer, was wearing a sporty copy Carl F. Bucherer Patravi ScubaTec timepiece in every scene of the movie “The Meg”. The “Giant Shark” in the film is a prehistoric beast that is believed to have survived only 23 million years ago. Its power even exceeds Tyrannosaurus Rex, which has been considered by many paleontologists as the most powerful creature in the history of the earth. In the battle with the giant beast, it is necessary to accurately master the diving time, so a diving watch is essential.
On the caseback of the Carl F. Bucherer fake with stainless steel and rose gold case, there are two three-dimensional Manta pattern engraved, embodying that the brand will sponsor the Manta Trust, promoting the mission of protecting and studying the Manta species.
The knockoff watch with rose gold and ceramic bezel has been driven by calibre CFB 1950.1, a self-winding mechanical movement. The automatic helium escape valve could meet the requirements of the water resistance to 500 meters for divers. As a dive watch, all the hands and hour markers have been covered with luminescent coating, guaranteeing the ultra readability when under the water. The blue elements on the bezel and rubber strap are in striking and in contrast to the background, making the timepiece very brilliant and eye-catching.