Unveiling the craftsmanship behind Blancpain’s titanium timepieces | SENATUS



Unveiling the craftsmanship behind Blancpain’s titanium timepieces
By SENATUS Editor | 22 June 2023

Each Blancpain watch is a testament to the manufacture's meticulous manufacturing process. Grade 23 titanium, the purest type available, offers numerous advantages including high resistance to shock, pressure and corrosion. In addition, this metal boasts a low density making it particularly light and comfortable to wear.

However, crafting titanium timepieces is no ordinary feat.

The hardness and toughness that make it so desirable also present challenges in machining and polishing, demanding the expertise of our highly skilled specialists at Blancpain's case-making workshop. From selecting the finest Grade 23 titanium to achieving a flawless finish only achievable by hand, every step exemplifies Blancpain's unwavering commitment to excellence.

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