Editor's note: If you look at the profile of this Bulgari Octo Finissimo Skeleton Titanium Blue, there isn't a lot to see. That's because the watch is so darned thin! But the dial-side more than makes up for it, because Bulgari has cut the dial open, exposing all manner of goodness inside. Read on for Cam's review …* The story in a second: So thin you can see through it. If you were to summarise Bulgari's approach to design and modern-day watchmaking, the Octo would be the result. In less than a decade, the Italian manufacturer has turned a single striking case design into an entire collection, evolving with each new model, and breaking records left, right and centre. One of this year's newest additions is the Octo Finissimo Skeleton Titanium Blue, and although it's not exactly a record-breaker, it does not disappoint. The case What more can I say about the case of the Octo Finissimo that we haven't already said? It's thin (boy, is it thin!), but slenderness is not the only thing; it's about the entire package. This Skeleton's lines are sharp, gliding across its barely there profile like skates on ice. Only that ice is sandblasted…

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