Last week we coordinated a Blancpain Fifty Fathoms occasion along with the Tourbillon Boutique in Amsterdam. We welcomed some of our perusers to go along with us during a selective night with Blancpain and to have more intensive gander at the Fifty Fathoms assortment. Blancpain carried all their 2018 curiosities to the shop, and our visitors had the option to attempt & feel them in person.
Blancpain Fifty Fathoms
I am almost certain you know about quite possibly the most notable plunging watches on the planet: the Fifty Fathoms. This jumper was presented in 1953, preceding the Rolex Submariner and Omega Seamaster 300 for instance, and has some fascinating roots. Two French naval force men by the name of Maloubier and Riffaud concocted thoughts for a plan for an expert jumpers watch. At that point CEO Jean-Jacques Fiechter (on board since 1950) was intrigued and – being a jumper himself – on top of this venture. The Blancpain Fifty Fathoms was the primary expert programmed jumpers watch with a uni-directional bezel and crown with two gaskets. Since the time it has been utilized by proficient jumpers. Cousteau maybe the most acclaimed one additionally included in this film Silent world, yet it likewise turned into the watch of decision for naval forces all around the globe.
In Amsterdam’s PC Hooftstraat shopping road, you will discover the . This multi-brand shop idea store is claimed by Swatch Group and the entirety of their very good quality brands beginning with Omega. Blancpain is likewise addressed by Tourbillon Boutique, so for us a superb area to have a night with this brand from Le Brassus. Blancpain’s Brand Manager Arnaud Blandin from Paris gave an awesome prologue to the Fifty Fathoms assortment, including the Bathyscaphe models.
A enormous thank you to the entirety of our visitors who went to tonight, to Blancpain for bringing such countless extraordinary looks for the occasion and to Tourbillon Boutique for facilitating the occasion. More data on Blancpain and the Fifty Fathoms assortment can be found on their .
Enjoy our photographs (by Bert Buijsrogge and Gerard Nijenbrinks) and video impression.