La Habana in 1882 had another rhythm, un tiempo lento that allowed to enjoy every moment, live every experience to the limit, it offered quality of life and it paid attention to every detail, every moment. Famous actors, business men and adventurers visited the city and helped to maintain that spirit alive.
Thanks to them, the spirit of life has been transported through time, in a “Vuelo” (“Flight”) that helps us project the future. This culture has been the fundamental pillar of Cuervo y Sobrinos through all these years. Cuervo y Sobrinos flies through time.
With the new Historiador Vuelo, Cuervo y Sobrinos brings to life the most emblematic historic model in a new creative and ingenious design. This case is designed with great complexity, with lugs separately built and screwed to the case. Their shape is highly in accordance with the pushers’ design.
This up-to-date chronograph has a contemporary touch underlined by the multilevel and complex dial, with small seconds and minutes counters on the first level, 24 hours, index and numbers on the second level and minutes and seconds printing on the third level.
The 44 mm stainless steel case houses a Dubois Dépraz 30342 movement with date and 24 hours, and a power reserve of 40 hours. A tachymeter scale is engraved on bezel.
A modern yet captivating look comes by the CyS designed hours and minutes hands in a steel blue with white superluminova, a central second chrono in steel blue color with an empty triangular tip in red to highlight the Cuervo y Sobrinos blazon, and 24 hours hand shining-steel blue.
The Historiador Vuelo features a stylish strap in Alcantara and Louisiana Alligator and is available in two different diamonds versions.