Blancpain unveils the Leman Quantieme Perpetuel Flyback

First published: 21-02-2011

Watch fans after a timepiece which holds a classic value may be interested in a new product from Blancpain.

Entitled the Leman Quantieme Perpetuel Flyback, the device has impressed a critic at the Watch Observer enough to earn it a rating of 67 out of 100.

They noted: "On this Leman, the slightly powdered white dial, the polished and chamfered markers, and even the paint job are all very delicately executed with beautiful technique."

Timepiece enthusiasts looking for a device with plenty of data to read may also want to check out this Blancpain watch, as its dial is decorated in nine hands and a disc.

Some features displayed through these indicators include the current day, date and month, as well as a moon phase sub-dial.

Finishing off this fashion watch is an elegant steel strap, which is "aesthetically consistent with the overall look of the watch", according to the news source.

Recently, Blancpain unveiled the Villeret Demi-Fuseau Horaire, a timepiece which allows users to set the second time zone in half-hour increments – perfect for a traveller of the globe, Watch Time reported.


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