Still my favorite Blancpain........
Although I don't wear it that often anymore it's still a beauty.
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I can understand why this is one of your favorite Blancpains. Personally I find the dial a little bit to cluttered for my taste but that Villeret case is so good. Those double lines are typical and on most if not all Villeret variations. You wrote this is...
I've owned many Blancpain's over the years......
This piece is the only one that I have left standing. Although I always have my eye out for a Fifty Fathoms 50th anniversary to add to the collection. This piece was from the Le Brassus collection BTW. It is the perpetual calendar split-second flyback chr...
That makes it a very special watch
Didn’t realize the split second Chrono. Hope you don’t mind me asking but why did you sold all the blancpains you owned? If that’s an inappropriate question please don’t be offended as it’s sincere interest why I’m asking
Love the blancpain perpetual
this has most complications too! For me I'd choose the 8 day perpetual with less on the dial, however, also less movement complications so there is a trade off. Thanks for sharing.
I have it in Platinum, STUNNING