The Bulgari Diagono draws attention from its unexpected combinations of materials (Grazer’s marries an 18k gold case with a vulcanized black rubber strap) and its unique design.
Grazer is also known for diving deep into his projects. It’s water-resistant to 300 meters, and the clean, black dial with lumed hands and numerals make it wonderfully easy to read on land or under the sea.
But in June 2007, less than 24 hours after being interviewed on the Today show, she learned that her husband had filed for divorce.
For the gold model, the rubber strap is secured with an 18K pink gold ardillon buckle.
Basically, the Bulgari Diagono is a great everyday watch that has that extra bit of elegance that takes it (and its wearer) to the next level.
Because Grazer has had his Diagono for ages, his particular model is no longer available.
The good news for horophiles is that Bulgari introduced a revamped version (shown here) of the Diagono Pro Scuba at Baselworld last March.