Tourbillon Semainier by Blancpain

Watchmaking is a profession that is intrinsically complex, and the desire for innovation has through the centuries resulted in phenomenal mechanisms to chart the passage of time in innovative ways. Comprised of hundreds of interrelated, minuscule parts, these select timepieces represent the wonder in the human genius that complicated watches have always evoked. The newest Tourbillon Semainier is the most recent addition to the Leman collection. With a flying tourbillon as the centerpiece of the dial, the watch also indicates day and date, calendar week, and the status of the exceptional 8-day power reserve. The case, in platinum, measures 40mm. Both crystals are sapphire. It is also available in 18kt rose gold.

It is water-resistant to 100 meters. Movement is the new automatic caliber 3725G and comprises of 356 parts. The dials come in black and opaline white and the leather strap is a crocodile with platinum or rose gold folding clasp. Located in Le Brassus Switzerland, Blancpain has always had a reputation for manufacturing the finest mechanical and complicated. For those who desire the ultimate timepiece, Blancpain embodies the very finest in Haute Horlogerie.

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