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For years, top Swiss watch brands have seized Chinese New Year as a lucrative opportunity to showcase their savoir-faire in rare crafts.
Fans of one of the world’s pioneering diving watches will have reason to join the queue straight away – the latest Blancpain Fifty is drop-dead gorgeous.
What has remained unchanged in the developing story if watchmaking is the rarity of equation of time watches; here are some notables in this exclusive club.
In the unforgiving depths under the sea, the dive watch has but one function: to determine when you must turn back, or never at all.