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at a Dutch fair http://www.sieraad2006.nl. He invited me to come over and see some of his collection. I had a nice talk and learned about the history of the brand and about his passion for watches. A friendly and interesting chat. At the end of our meeting he handed me the original leather travel case all new Blancier watches come with. Very beautiful and handy and a very kind gesture of course! Thanks Mr. Kamerman.

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at a Dutch fair http://www.sieraad2006.nl. He invited me to come over and see some of his collection. I had a nice talk and learned about the history of the brand and about his passion for watches. A friendly and interesting chat. At the end of our meeting he handed me the original leather travel case all new Blancier watches come with. Very beautiful and handy and a very kind gesture of course! Thanks Mr. Kamerman.

Related link: http://www.blancier.com

i'm about to buy a "classic watch" next to my Longines Flagship. I've already asked more about Stowa MO and Dornbluth in other threads but still in doubt.
I like the Dornbluth 99.0 (99.1 500 eur more expensive for small detail) but the delivery is in 7 months time. The IWC port.Jones is too expensive and i like the Blancier and Stowa but they are from a different league looking at the price.
this weekend i'm going to a market in Houten, Netherlands to see the watches of Blancier. I'm not a brandfreak but i'm going for the looks of the watch. Is Blancier really a watch you should buy compared to Dornbluth (forget the pricedifferential) ?
 
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