According to IWC’s commercials, ladies are only interested in mens watches to wear. However, brands like Zenith, Omega and Blancpain mastered to take mens watches and rebuild them to a ladies’ watch. Blancpain introduces the Saint-Valentine 2009 watch for women that are in the need of a tough chronograph with a feminine dial and colors. Blancpain will produce 99 timepieces featuring fly-back chronograph and date functionality. The mother-of-pearl (mop) dial has a heart shaped (set by rubies) small seconds subregister. As you all know, Blancpain hasn’t produced a single watch with a quartz movement, also not for their ladies’ watches. The movement is therefore an inhouse Blancpain F185 caliber and has a 40 hour powerreserve.
What do you think? Do you rather see girls/ladies wearing a nice men’s watch or a classic timepiece (such as the Cartier Tank Francaise) or are timepieces like the one above the way to go for watchloving females? Please share your opinion and leave a comment!
Ever since he was a young child, Robert-Jan was drawn to watches, even though it were digital Casio and quartz Swatch models at the time. In the mid-1990s, his interest increased when he started to read about mechanical watches in... read more