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Blancpain SA
Chemin de l'etang 6, 1094 CH-Paudex, SWITZERLAND
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What do Alpina, Blancpain, Breitling, Longines, Omega, Oris, Rolex and Tudor have in common? Of course, they’re all hoping to conquer the very limited and therefore precious space on your wrist, but they also have all released watches this year that are ideal for sun, fun, and watersport. Scroll down to see my selections for summertime watches. […]