Blancpain Fifty Fathoms
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Upon its release in 1953, Fifty Fathoms, the first modern diver's watch, promptly engaged regular citizens and military divers. It has since turned into the original watch in this class. At the point when propelled during the 1950s, the initial Fifty Fathoms rapidly stood out due to its practical highlights, altogether intended for professional diving. Among the unequivocal criteria that added to its eminence were broad luminescent hour-markers and hands appearing differently in relation to a black dial and unidirectional rotating bezel, just as a steel case with a soft iron interior cage proposed to shield the movement from magnetic fields. This watchmaking legend was refreshed and upgraded in 2007 with a date put in the range of 4 and 5 o'clock, while saving its promptly unmistakable DNA.