This one feels like the most obvious choice, but somehow also the most overlooked. The Octo Finissimo was first introduced back in 2014, touted as Bulgari’s newest luxury sports watch – and it’s since become part of the canon. The most recent iteration – the Octo Finissimo Automatic in Steel (or the new S)– measures 40mm in diameter and 5.25mm thin, has a gorgeously high-end finished movement (the caliber BVL 138), and it has an unusual case and bezel shape (octagonal, hence “Octo”). Most recently, Bulgari launched this watch in polished and satin-brushed stainless steel, making it even more like the 5711. Did I mention that the price is around $12,000, making it approximately one-third of the retail price on a Nautilus? I won’t even do the math on the secondary market, where prices require advanced multiplication.
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