Since the establishment of the brand, Montblanc has been insisting on creating every product with traditional heritage and perfection for more than 100 years. The uncompromising design and quality have enabled Montblanc to successfully create classics that can be passed on to the world. The Montblanc hexagonal white star symbolizes the top quality that the brand is pursuing. Can be reflected in the atmosphere and eyewear products. The Montblanc Workshop explains the commitment to continuous pursuit of excellence while promoting the development of the cultural field.
Montblanc TimeWalker UrbanSpeed
In 2004, Montblanc launched the new Timewalker series of watches, and quickly gained a place in the field of fine watchmaking with its unique modern design concept: sporty style and clear and simple contour lines, elegant 43.00 mm round case, unique The skeletonized lugs, full Roman numerals, and slender flat-shaped leaf-shaped hands make the Timewalker series the most pioneering masterpiece of the Montblanc watch family.
The Montblanc TimeWalker series has taken the world by storm with its precise portrayal of time and its original blend of nature. Based on the continuous innovation of Swiss traditional watchmaking technology, a new timewalker UrbanSpeed watch has been born. It not only adhering to the design features that timewalker cannot ignore, but also highlights Montblanc and the time in details such as the strap and bezel. Advancing brand concept and uncompromising pursuit of quality.
New product introduction: In 1924, Montblanc launched the legendary masterpiece series of ink pens. Today, 90 years later, Montblanc’s brand-new watch series highlights the brand’s heritage and innovation in history. From 2015, Taipan’s heritage watch series will become one of the cores of the Montblanc watch family that cannot be ignored.
Adhering to the principles of fine watchmaking, the Taipan heritage series watches show the beauty of traditional craftsmanship and classic design in details that cannot be ignored. The elegant and clear dial design, the exquisite case craftsmanship, and the display of various complex functions are sufficient to reflect the impeccable quality of the Montblanc Meisterstück heritage watch.
Montblanc Meisterstaff inherits the new OrbisTerrarum timepieces in a clear and concise modern way that presents a practically complex function-the World Time Display. The dial of the watch is decorated with a globe pattern in the center, which refers to the concept of ‘World of the World’ represented by the Latin ‘OrbisTerrarum’. This complication watch created by Montblanc’s watchmaking workshops simultaneously displays the local time in cities in 24 time zones around the world.
New real shots: Some of the legendary watches traditionally produced by Minerva Watch Factory have become an important source of inspiration. Montblanc’s master craftsmanship is the second source of inspiration. The many outstanding features of fine watchmaking combined with superb Swiss craftsmanship create the continuous evolution of these watches. The heritage Chronométrie collection is also equipped with a high-quality alligator strap made by Montblanc’s own leather goods factory in Florence, Italy. Montblanc is one of the few Swiss watchmakers that can assemble a leather strap for a watch.
The dial “MECANIQUE” is the soul of this watch. Montblanc’s watchmakers have crafted this classic two-handed watch for advanced watch enthusiasts who love manual winding movements. The elegant watch embodies the traditional craftsmanship of extreme precision and pure performance, adhering to the spirit of the legendary Minerva Pythagore watch.
At just 5.8 mm thick, this watch pays homage to mechanical timepieces in a low profile. It is equipped with a MB23.01 manual winding mechanical movement wrapped in an ultra-thin case. The slim size makes it an elegant and refined life companion. 38mm diameter, 18K rose gold polished case with curved lugs and black alligator leather strap from Montblanc Florence Leather Factory. Crown embossed Montblanc hexagonal white star logo.
New real shot: This watch is equipped with Montblanc’s self-developed complex functions, which can simultaneously display the time in the second time zone (local time) and the time zone of the wearer’s departure. This is accomplished with the help of a second hour hand, which also indicates the hour, without affecting the accuracy of the first hour hand. The date display also corresponds to this local time hand. If the user does not need to display the time in the second time zone, you can set a second hour hand to completely cover the time in the time zone of the departure place. The 24-hour display at 12 o’clock indicates the time of departure with day and night indication.
All indications are set via the crown. For example, to set a time zone time that is six hours later than the current setting, the wearer retracts the crown to the first retracted position, then rotates the crown and dials back the hour hand for six hours to set a new local time. Each time you move the hour hand by the hour and enter a new time zone, you can clearly feel it through the crown. This reset operation does not affect the minute and second hands: the two hands continue to run uninterrupted to ensure accurate time. After completing the manual reset, the user presses the crown inward to close the crown. The new local time and date for the new time zone can now be read from the dial. When you do this, the second hour hand remains the same and continues to show the departure time. The 24-hour display at 12 o’clock serves as the day and night display of the departure time. Montblanc’s self-developed modules for dual time zone installations have only 21 components. The stainless steel case with a diameter of 41 mm has a total thickness of only 9.9 mm, which is extremely thin. The bezel is a flat surface, alternately polished and satin-finished. The lugs are rounded. The bright silver-white dial is composed of three parts and is decorated with a sun-patterned pattern and is set with eleven faceted graduations and the striking number 12. The leather strap is made by Montblanc’s own leather goods factory in Florence, Italy. The new ultra-flat double folding clasp ensures that the strap is securely worn.
New product introduction: This watch provides full calendar function. An irregular solar calendar usually means that the wearer must occasionally reset the date, month, and week data of his watch calendar, but this watch does not need to make this adjustment throughout the year. The annual calendar mechanism (called ‘Quantième Annuel’ by French watchmakers) automatically ‘knows’ all month lengths from March to one. Just watch the watch’s calendar at midnight on the last day of February. On February 28 or 29, you need to manually adjust to March 1. This can be done easily by retracting and rotating the crown. On other days of the year, the watch provides accurate calendar information through four small dials: week (9 o’clock position), month (12 o’clock position), date (3 o’clock position), and moon phase display ( 6 o’clock position).
To show the change of the moon phase, the beautiful blue paint constellation is equipped with a golden rotating dial window, and the moon phase under the night sky is displayed below. Montblanc has invested a lot of work to faithfully reproduce the starry sky. The almanac mechanism is housed in a case with a diameter of only 9.5 mm and a diameter of 40 mm from the bottom to the mirror. The silver-white dial is decorated with a sun-patterned pattern; the dial is set with gold faceted indexes and the number ’12’. Two golden faceted sword-shaped hands indicate hours and minutes. The almanac shows that the pointer is blue, in harmony with the deep blue of the miniature sky. The Montblanc hexagonal white star logo embossed on top of the crown is a distinctive feature of the entire collection. The leather strap is made by Montblanc’s own leather goods factory in Florence, Italy.
New real shot: The most popular layout of this complication watch is undoubtedly the date displayed in a window, the month displayed in a window, and the current date displayed by a pointer of the middle-axis pointer rotating around a date dial coaxial with the minute scale. ‘Full calendar’ (or ‘Quantième Complet’ in French) refers to various calendar data, but occasionally requires manual adjustment by the wearer. Unlike the perpetual or annual calendar, the watch’s calendar mechanism does not ‘know’ different lengths of the month automatically. It allocates 31 days for twelve months. Therefore, any month with less than 31 days needs to be manually reset at midnight on the last day of the month. Montblanc has developed a small setting dial to assist with this adjustment. If the setting pin is not at hand, the built-in button on the edge of the case is designed to be large enough, so you can also use the ball of an ordinary ballpoint pen to press it. The silver-white dial is decorated with a sun-patterned pattern; the dial is set with rhodium-plated faceted scales and the numbers 3, 9, and 12. Two faceted sword-shaped rhodium-plated hands indicate hours and minutes. A small red crescent shape accentuates the date pointer’s tip to enhance the clarity of the date display. To show the change of the moon phase, the beautiful blue paint constellation is equipped with a golden rotating dial window, and the moon phase under the night sky is displayed below.
The Montblanc hexagonal white star logo embossed on top of the crown is a distinctive feature of the entire collection. The leather strap is made by Montblanc’s own leather goods factory in Florence, Italy. The strap is secured by Montblanc’s new ultra-flat double folding clasp. This watch has a stainless steel case with a diameter of 40 mm and a thickness of 9.7 mm.
New real shot: This external tourbillon chronograph is the flagship product of Vasco da Gamma limited edition. This watch is strictly limited to 60 pieces and possesses several important craft features.
As Montblanc’s flagship product, it is naturally associated with the São Gabriel of Vasco da Gama. The sapphire crystal window on the bottom of the table is decorated with a long sketch of the ship and the signature of the fearless explorer and crew. This series is limited to 60 pieces and symbolizes the 60 crew of the San Gabriel.
The sophisticated dial has a multi-layered structure and elegant finishes, highlighting the two complex functions of the watch. The upper part is decorated with a gold diamond, dyed in dark blue, which is particularly noticeable on the dial. Numerous small dots represent the starry night sky and symbolize the southern sky that guides Vasco da Gama. At 12 o’clock, a patent-cut Montblanc star diamond shines. The flinqué-style blue lacquer corrugated engraving in the date indicated by the pointer in the center draws on the star clock, one of the navigation instruments on the San Gabriel. The lower part of the dial is satin-finished, and the delicate structure of the external tourbillon can be admired through the 6 o’clock position. This unique timepiece comes with a 44 mm white gold case.
New real shots: Over the years, Montblanc and its Villeret Manufacture have launched a number of unique timepieces that showcase the comprehensive skills of this time-honored and respected watchmaker’s artisans. Now, its development designers and watchmakers have mobilized all their expertise once again to create a precise “flagship” for the new Montblanc VascodaGama watch series. It is Vasco da Gama’s desire to discover a new world and his unwavering courage that inspires Montblanc to keep moving and makes its watchmakers relentlessly pursue the highest watchmaking achievements.
The cylindrical gossamer tourbillon Geosphères Vascoda Gama is no longer a complex watch in the ordinary sense. It is an unparalleled grand show on the clock. The 47mm diameter case surrounds the three-dimensional dial, and we invite you to appreciate it. The manual-winding tourbillon Calibre MBM68.40 movement is composed of 281 components and supports multiple functions, which is unprecedented: it displays the triple time zone and local time in hours and minutes; and a three-dimensional three-dimensional 12-hour compass at 6 o’clock Continuously indicate the departure time and independently adjustable; there is also a pair of globes marked with 24 time zones around the world, showing the passage and change of day and night. Miniature engravings on the two hemispheres emboss the outlines of the continents, the dividing lines and the ocean that separates them. For the wearer of this watch, the passage of time will become an impressive and daily scene, and it will remind them of Vasco da Gama’s voyage through two hemispheres in 1497. Discover the sea route.
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