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MONTBLANC
Summit Lite 43mm Aluminium and Nylon Smart Watch, Ref. No. 128411
£575
MONTBLANC
Star Legacy Nicolas Rieussec Limited Edition Automatic Chronograph 44.8mm Stainless Steel and Alligator Watch, Ref. No. 128674
£7,100
LIMITED EDITION
MONTBLANC
TimeWalker Rally Timer Limited Edition Hand-Wound Chronograph 50mm Titanium and Leather Watch, Ref. No. 118487
£32,000
MONTBLANC
1858 Automatic 40mm Stainless Steel and Leather Watch, Ref. No. 126758
£2,290
MONTBLANC
1858 Geosphere Automatic 42mm Stainless Steel Watch, Ref. No. 125872
£5,200
MONTBLANC
Star Legacy Automatic Date 39mm Stainless Steel Watch, Ref. No. 128685
£1,990
MONTBLANC
Heritage Automatic Day-Date 39mm Stainless Steel and Alligator Watch, Ref. No. 119947
£2,205
MONTBLANC
1858 Iced Sea Automatic 41mm Stainless Steel Watch, Ref. No. 129369
£2,610
MONTBLANC
1858 Iced Sea Automatic 41mm Stainless Steel Watch, Ref. No. 129371
£2,610
MONTBLANC
1858 Geosphere Limited Edition Automatic 42mm 18-Karat Rose Gold and Alligator Watch, Ref. No. 128255
£17,300
LIMITED EDITION
MONTBLANC
Star Legacy Automatic 42mm Stainless Steel and Croc-Effect Leather Watch, Ref. No. 128681
£1,940
MONTBLANC
1858 Geosphere Limited Edition Automatic 42mm Distressed Stainless Steel and Leather Watch, Ref. No. 128257
£5,600
LIMITED EDITION
MONTBLANC
Heritage Automatic 40mm 18-Karat Gold and Alligator Watch, Ref. No. 126464
£7,900
EXCLUSIVE
MONTBLANC
1858 Geosphere Automatic GMT 42mm Stainless Steel, Ceramic and Leather Watch, Ref. No. 119286
£5,800
MONTBLANC
1858 Geosphere Automatic GMT 42mm Titanium and Stainless Steel Watch, Ref. No. 125567
£5,200
MONTBLANC
1858 Limited Edition Automatic 40mm Stainless Steel and Leather Watch, Ref. No. 126760
£2,240
MONTBLANC
Star Legacy Automatic 42mm 18-Karat Rose Gold, Stainless Steel and Croc-Effect Leather Watch, Ref. No. 128683
£3,000
MONTBLANC
1858 Geosphere Limited Edition Automatic GMT 42mm Bronze, Ceramic and Leather Watch, Ref. No. 119347
£5,300
LIMITED EDITION
MONTBLANC
1858 Monopusher Automatic Chronograph 42mm Stainless Steel and Leather Watch, Ref. No. 125581
£4,200
MONTBLANC
Star Legacy Automatic 43mm Stainless Steel and Alligator Watch, Ref. No. 126104
£2,645
MONTBLANC
Heritage Monopusher Automatic Chronograph 42mm Stainless Steel and Alligator Watch, Ref. No. 126078
£4,200
MONTBLANC
1858 Geosphere Automatic GMT 42mm Titanium, Ceramic and Leather Watch, Ref. No. 125565
£5,000
MONTBLANC
1858 Limited Edition Automatic Chronograph 42mm Stainless Steel and Leather Watch, Ref. No. 126915
£3,920
LIMITED EDITION
MONTBLANC
1858 24H Automatic 42mm Stainless Steel and Webbing Watch, Ref. No. 126007
£2,645
MONTBLANC
1858 Limited Edition Automatic 42mm Bronze and Woven Watch, Ref. No. 118222
£2,645
LIMITED EDITION
MONTBLANC
Heritage GMT Automatic 40mm Stainless Steel and Alligator Watch, Ref. No. 119950
£2,435
MONTBLANC
Heritage Automatic 40mm Stainless Steel and Alligator Watch, Ref. No. 119944
£1,990
MONTBLANC
1858 Automatic 40mm Stainless Steel, Bronze and Leather Watch, Ref. No. 117833
£2,335
MONTBLANC
Star Legacy Automatic 43mm Stainless Steel Watch, Ref. No. 126107
£2,910
MONTBLANC
Star Legacy Automatic 43mm Stainless Steel and Alligator Watch, Ref. No. 126105
£2,645
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The History

Montblanc is a byword for the finest “writing instruments” in the world. But since the late 1990s, it has also stood for fine Swiss watches. Montblanc secured its horological status with the acquisition of a villa in the Jura mountains, and unveiled in 1999 a cutting-edge production wing, adding to this in 2006 when it took over historic watchmaker Minerva. Today a workforce of skilled watchmakers assembles a handsome range of watches styled according to the brand’s classic aesthetic.

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Saving Minerva

Montblanc Manufacture in Villeret is keeping one of precision chronometry’s finest names alive and ticking. Founded in 1858 (making it 160 years old in 2018), Minerva became particularly adept at stopwatch timing, its chronographs capable of measuring a fifth of a second as early as 1911, rapidly increasing to a tenth of a second and finally, in 1916, a hundredth of a second. In 1936, it was named official timekeeper for the Winter Olympic Games.

INNOVATIONS

One In A Thousand

Few watchmakers (TAG Heuer excepted) would dare to attempt surpassing the Minerva engineers’ triumph of 1916: a mechanical chronograph capable of timing to one-hundredth-of-a-second precision. But sure enough, Montblanc’s formidable new TimeWriter II offers 10-fold precision again: a chronograph precise to one-thousandth of a second.

The ExoTourbillon

In Montblanc’s new spin on the tourbillon (as seen in the Timewalker ExoTourbillon Minute Chronograph) the ticking balance wheel has been separated out from the tourbillon's traditional rotating cage. No longer adversely affected by the inertia of the cage, it tumbles freely – and mesmerically – above the dial, keeping far better time.

Montblanc Laboratory Test 500

From entry-level automatics to haut de gamme tourbillons – the watchmaker’s rigorous Montblanc Laboratory Test 500 procedure is applied to a whole range of timepieces. For 500 hours, the watches are subjected to a variety of tests designed to simulate the wear and tear of daily life – and more. It’s quality control with OCD.

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