Blancpain Launches The New L-evolution Double-track Flyback Chronograph Watch
To celebrate the first Super Trofeo Asian Super Challenge held at Fuji Speedway in Japan, Blancpain and Automobili Lamborghini Japan (Lamborghini Japan Branch) recently held a grand event in Cité du Temps Ginza, Ginza, Tokyo And launched the new L-evolution Split Seconds Flyback Chronograph.
Blancpain’s new chronograph uses a 43mm frosted white or red gold case with a carbon fiber bezel and dial. The dial’s background highlights the oversized red digital hour markers. The large date window at 6 o’clock shows the numbers. 9 A small chronograph dial at the o’clock position. At 8 o’clock, the case with an oil-like cover is equipped with a chronograph button mold. Pressing the chronograph button activates the dial’s dual-second chronograph function. At this time, the second chase hand stops and the sweep-second chronograph second hand runs independently; With the same button, the second chase hand will quickly catch up with the front sweeping chronograph second hand and continue to run synchronously. Through the sapphire caseback, you can peek into the elegantly decorated Calibre 69F9 self-winding movement. This movement consists of 409 parts set with 44 jewel bearings and is equipped with column wheels to ensure precise control of the buttons. At the same time, the equipped vertical disc clutch effectively prevents unnecessary jittering of the chronograph second hand when the chronograph function is activated. Power reserve is up to 40 hours. With black Alcantara strap.