A Week On The Wrist The Blancpain Fifty Fathoms Bathyscaphe In Sedna Gold

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The Fifty Fathoms watch has been around since 1963, and for its 60th anniversary in 2013, a thoroughly updated version was created: the Bathyscaphe, which takes its name from the undersea exploration vehicle invented by Jacques Piccard. The Bathyscaphe’s styling is significantly different from earlier Fifty Fathoms models, and the movement is the very modern caliber 1315, a fast-beat, long-power-reserve engine specifically introduced by Blancpain in 2008 to provide the brand with a performance oriented in-house sports watch caliber. In 2015, Blancpain released a new, Sedna Gold version of the Bathyscaphe – and we just spent a Week On The Wrist with the most contemporary and one of the most quietly luxurious Fifty Fathoms models ever made

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