Blancpain Fifty Fat (Fasthoms) Bathyscaphe Chronograph Flyback Green
Blancpain has added a new green-themed model to its Bathyscaphe series, an elegant chronograph of the legendary diving watch series Fifty Fathoms series.
The new model launched by Blancpain is one of the milestones in the traditional luxury watch industry, with a diameter of 43.6 mm and a thickness of 15.25 mm. The case is made of matt black ceramic. The case is equipped with a sapphire crystal and green ceramic insert one-way diver’s bezel, and also has a sapphire crystal glass back. This model is water resistant to 300 meters, which is an excellent value for a sports chronograph with a transparent back cover.
This model is equipped with a matching green dial with a daylight pattern, arranged in the form of a Tri-Compax chronograph. With Super-LumiNOVA filled hands and markers, the dial can provide the best readability in almost any environment. The date display window is located at 4:30 on the dial, and the second hand with a red pointed chronograph second hand is sporty.
The new model defeated the manufacturing movement F385 movement. The 37 jewellery automatic movement attracts people’s attention with its high working frequency of 5Hz (36.000vph), and can provide a power reserve of 50 hours when fully tightened. The movement is equipped with hours, minutes, small seconds and date functions, as well as a flyback chronograph function.
The Blancpain Fifty Fat Series Bathyscaphe Chronograph Flyback Green comes with two different strap options: NATO (Ref. 5200-0153-NABA) and sail canvas fabric (Ref. 5200-0153-B52A).
Buy Replica Blancpain Fifty Fathoms Bathyscaphe Chronograph Flyback Green Dial Watch 5200-0153-B52A
Item Type: Replica Fifty Fathoms Watches
Model Number: 5200-0153-B52A
Case Material: Ceramic,Round
Brand Name: Blancpain
Dial Diameter: 43.6 mm
Clasp Type: pin Buckle
Boxes: common box package without paper
Band Material Type: Textile / Kevlar Strap
Functions: Fly-back Chronograph / Minutes / Seconds / Hours / Date
Water Resistance Depth: 300 m
The Blancpain Fifty Fat watch is probably one of the most iconic dive watches in the world, if not the most iconic dive watches. Together with the Rolex Oyster watch and Panerai prototype, it is also one of the best dive watches in the industry.
In fact, there are always differences of opinion among watch enthusiasts as to what the first dive Discount cheap watch is. Some people say this is the Rolex Oyster (1926). Some people think this is Panerai (1936). Others insisted that it was “Blancpain Fifty Fat” (1953). But regardless of the opinions, each of these icons should have its place in the history of dive watches.
The Blancpain Fifty Fat series has a long history and a long history. The exciting beginnings include an agent, strict diving requirements and a French combat diving team.
Blancpain’s first modern diving watch
In the 1950s, the secret agent of the British special operations executive during World War II, Captain Robert Bob Marubi, one of the founders of the French military combat diving team, needed a diving watch to keep up with the times. Their mission.
Unfortunately, at the time, none of the dive watches they tested were cut in because they had strict requirements for the watches they needed. The watch must have a black dial with bold numbers and clear markings. It must have an external rotating bezel and a large minute pointer to easily check the remaining oxygen time. And the mark must be illuminated, etc.
With these requirements, Captain Malalubier had no choice but to find a watch manufacturer that could make a specific watch for them. It took a while for Captain Maloubier to get in touch with Jean-Jacques Fiechter, CEO of Blancpain, who is also an avid diver himself. Two avid divers co-created the Fifty Fat watch, which later became the iconic.
Blancpain Fifty Fat: a suitable name
“Fathoms” is an imperial unit of length, equivalent to six feet or 1.8m. Therefore, the height of 50 inches is about 300 feet or close to 100m, which is the waterproof performance of the high quality cheap watch. At that time, in the early 1950s, the maximum depth at which divers could safely enter the water was 100m.