Blancpain has just introduced a model called the Speed Command Chronograph.

Presented in a 45 mm diameter case made of satin brushed DLC-treated stainless steel, it features Blancpain’s signature sapphire bezel, in this case, it is of the bi-directional variety. The dial is made of carbon fiber and the black chrono has a choice of yellow (pictured above) or orange accents.

As for the movement, it is a Calibre F185, a 308-part mechanical self-winding chronograph with a 40-hour power reserve. It has hours, minutes and small seconds at 6 o’clock. It also has a window-type date display as well as central chronograph seconds hand and 30-minute and 12-hour counters as well. The chronograph movement has a flyback function.

A few other notable features are a sloping inner dial ring with a tachymetric scale and hour, and minute hands, and the central chronograph seconds with touches of red Superluminova. The depth rating is 300 meters.


Photo by Blancpain.

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