VUELO DOMINGO ROSILLO
In May 1913, Domingo Rosillo piloted an aeroplane from Key West in Florida to the sun-drenched island of Cuba. Rosillo was the first person to accomplish this feat. The Cuban citizen continued to play a prominent role in the country’s aviation history until his passing in 1957.
The Cuervo y Sobrinos Vuelo Domingo Rosillo celebrates the achievements of this remarkable individual. However, while the company has looked at the past, its gaze is primarily focussed on the future. Indeed, the name ‘Vuelo’, the Spanish word for flight, implies ‘a flight to the future’, making reference to the contemporary styling of this sporty model.
Hours, minutes, central seconds and date
CYS 5122, base SW 300-1, 11 ½ ’’’, automatic, diameter 25.6 mm, height 3.6 mm, power reserve 42 hours, 25 jewels, frequency: 28800 A/h, finished oscillating weight with engraving
Aged stainless steel, diameter 44 mm, height 11.4 mm, double curved sapphire crystal with anti reflective coating, water resistant to 3 ATM, crown with CyS emblem engraving, screwed-down lugs, Rosillo engraved aged stainless steel case back
Black dial with coated SuperLuminova hands and CYS emblem
Hours and minutes with Superluminova, red central seconds
Brown matt kangaroo
Stainless steel folding buckle, engraved CyS emblem