Montblanc is Debuting a New 24-Hour Timepiece in their Newest 1858 Watch Line
Montblanc 24-Hour Timepiece in 1858 Watch Line
Montblanc has introduced two new entries into its collection of timepieces which include a monopusher chronograph as well as a new 24 hour timepiece with split second chronographs. The latest line was given a dial treatment in an icy blue and the second release from the company has been producing a more bronze design.
In the 1858 collection, which is manufactured in the Minerva factory, a series of modern aesthetics are introduced to model the looks of mid-20th century watches the company will also be producing many of its modern watches at this factory. Perhaps the most striking aspect of the latest watches is that they are modelled after the look of timepieces from the 1930’s. Many of the latest products that have been added are the types of watches that the factory would have produced years ago.
The geosphere for example is available in many different colorways and it includes a mostly ice blue configuration with a specialty strap and bezel design. It’s world time configuration and thin construction make it a stylish and highly functional item.
The latest split second from the Montblanc collection includes a restyling of the split second watch complete with a wild blue dial and a new steel finish. The titanium watch is available for a price point at $36,000.
The 1858 automatic 24 h is the prized centerpiece of the collection with a bronze case and a 24 H watch, the precision dial and the compass face make this a beautiful piece for world travellers.
The monopusher chronograph in the limited ED is another historical nod to the 1930s including the LE and its black strap, steel or rice bracelet as well as the precision 13.20 movement. This is a true homage to the past and the beauty of watchmaking tradition.
Montblanc really has stepped up its game with the 1858 watch line. Any of these top watches would be the perfect gift for a collector or for someone that is wanting to round out their timepieces, with historical designs.