Blancpain Léman watches
The Léman, the largest lake in Western Europe, carries echoes of far-off horizons. The resolutely contemporary collection bearing its name evokes with its classic elegance and sporting sophistication the pleasures of travel and discovery. Having for many years represented the cutting edge of innovation at Blancpain, this collection has hosted remarkable horological complications such as the tourbillon combined with the flyback chronograph or with the perpetual calendar, as well as innovative materials such as titanium when the latter was first introduced into the watch industry. Now dedicated to serving the needs of active personalities, Léman models are equipped with complications that are especially useful when travelling, such as an alarm, a dual time-zone display or the semainier 53-week display.