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Air Command this Hump Day . . .

I was quite fortunate to have this land just prior to the COVID-19 crisis and subsequent quarantine: It’s a stunning piece that make it quite difficult to remain focused on completing my remote work!😜 Hopefully, those of you still waiting will receive you
1M
By: Mach
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Mach
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New straps for the Air Command

Trying a new look for my Air Command. Leaning towards the black strap.
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By: biw
10
biw
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Unbelievable Harmony . . .

Between the bezel and the dial of the Air Command: I’m simply in awe of the congruity between the bezel and the dial, which highlights just how meticulous Blancpain was in executing this fine piece: The level of attention to the little details is astoundi
2M
By: Mach
12
yacomino
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Blancpain Bathyscathe Chronographe Flyback and Air Command

It’s execution by Blancpain is truly outstanding:
2M
By: biw
10
Jurry
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Blancpain Bathyscathe Chronographe Flyback and Air Command

Finally received my Air Command. A nice companion to my Fifty Fathoms Bathyscathe Chronographe Flyback. I have a liking for their 5Hz Caliber F385/F388B.
2M
By: biw
10
Jurry
796

Some Air Command love during this quarantine . . .

I’m amazed when looking at it in different lighting conditions: Never realized the dial can give off this sunburst aspect:
3M
By: Mach
9
Blesk
344

Needed Something to Warm Me Up!

Started this cold day 30 ° F / -1 ° C with an almost 15km run: So, I needed the Air Command to warm me up! Have a great week! Regards, Mark
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By: Mach
5
KMII
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Ok totally unexpected on Perpetual day...

Interesting to see that they are indeed different in character. I find the Barakuda ever so slightly casual whilst the mil-spec is more modern. The Patina of the markers makes a big difference here. I must give kudos to Blancpain for making another wonder
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By: pfang56
27
mywrongwrist
1019

Safe Queen - I think not!

The Air Command is meant to be on one’s wrist!😜 Have a great weekend! Mark
4M
By: Mach
6
VMM
359

“Juliet Bravo 1-7-3-5 Cleared to Land”

After a long, tortuous flight (i.e. wait), the Air Command has made a smooth landing onto my wrist! This is my initial foray into the world of Blancpain. However, I always thought it would be some iteration of a Fifty Fathoms. In fact, I originally called
5M
By: Mach
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Mach
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