Tradition in series - The Fifty Fathoms Tourbillon 8 Jour from the house of Blancpain
As one of the oldest watch makers in the world, Blancpain can look back at a long and eventful history. Founded in 1735, it remained family-owned until 1932 and is now managed by Marc Hayek, the grandson of the Swatch founder. Despite some change in ownership and the near bankruptcy caused by the quartz crisis, all the time displays have always been launched under the traditional name. This name is inextricably linked to certain ideas of design, luxury and technical sophistication. After all, the most complicated wristwatch to date comes from this traditional company and its name, 1735, commemorates the year it was founded. Many of the current models are new editions of true classics – the Blancpain Tourbillon 8 Jour also pays homage to the Fifty Fathoms diving watch launched in 1953.
Fifty Fathoms Tourbillon - design meets technology
Robust yet noble-looking textile bracelets underline the sportiness of the Blancpain Fifty Fathoms Tourbillon 8 Jour. This special luxury watch comes with a noble case in white or rose gold, including rotating bezels, some of which are set with diamonds, and impresses in the area of precision across the board. Of course, the complication is not the only feature, albeit the most striking. The 8 Jours power reserve indicator is reminiscent of a tachometer and is strategically placed at the 6 o'clock position. With a water resistance of 300 metres and the scratch-resistant sapphire crystal, it is simply perfect – not only for sports. Of course, 8 Jours stands for 8 days power reserve.
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