Although it literally translates as 'White Bread' , Blancpain's complicated wristwatches are anything but.
Take this Le Man Day/Night Moonphase. Dating to the early 2000s, it perfectly characterizes an almost intangible Blancpain flavor - something that you can't quite explain, yet is instantly recognizable as the work of a very specific maison.
This particular example features a 38mm steel case with glossy black dial, matching sword handset, stylized luminous Arabic indices, and a moonphase indicator at 9:00. It also features a second time display at 12:00, date at 3:00 and a subsidiary seconds register at 6:00. It comes fitted to a multi-link steel braceletwith a hidden butterfly clasp, signed by Blancpain.
Timepieces such as this combine elements of style and manufacturing quality that lend themselves to the same timeless qualities we seek in our vintage collection - at great value for a modern wristwatch!
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