We're not even a month into 2020, but already Bulgari has released a collection of stunning new references in the Octo Finissimo range, with two standout pieces in steel and ceramic. But which piece is more compelling? The team share their thoughts. James Robinson – Team Steel The biggest news, by far, coming out of LMVH's watch week in Dubai was Bulgari's announcement that the Octo Finnisimo will be made available in a stainless steel case. Mark my words this watch has the potential to well and truly shake up the watch industry. Not only does the Octo Finnisimo exemplify the Italian marque's commitment to haute horology, it's also a watch that can now go toe-to-toe with the stalwarts of the luxury integrated steel sports watch genre. And, from where I'm sitting, it beats out pretty much every one of its perceived contemporaries its miles cheaper, slimmer and, to my eyes, more attractive. There's a huge amount of trepidation on my end regarding trying this watch on, however. Why? Well, because I'm pretty sure I'll immediately want to buy it. Luke Benedictus – Bet on Black What do you get when you cross a stealth bomber with a…

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