Montblanc: 5 Options for the Traveler
In a world where more and more people are traveling, Montblanc wants to accompany those who travel most with these wonderful creations.
The fact that people are traveling today much more than before is undeniable. And the fact that, in a few years, people will travel even more is equally undeniable. More and more people are traveling either for business or pleasure and when they’re traveling, they want to wear a watch that indicate how much they travel, how they’re so international.
So if you want to make it clear how much you travel, or appear so, Montblanc is your best choice because you can choose among these 5 versions of watches with international air and functions. The Montblanc 4810 ‘110 Years Edition’ collection features, among others, these 5 models with a wink to those who love to travel.
The Montblanc TwinFly 4810 Chronograph ‘110 Years Edition’ is a simple and elegant watch that has a stopwatch activated by two buttons at 2 o’clock and 4 o’clock, and blue marlins. Besides, it counts at 12 h with another subdial showing a world map that indicates whether it is day or night in the ‘home time’ when traveling, connecting with the pioneering spirit of travellers across the Atlantic.
Limited to 1,110 pieces for a price of 6,900 €, the Montblanc 4810 TwinFly Chronograph ‘110 Years Edition’ comes equipped with an elegant black alligator strap.
On the other hand, they have launched the Montblanc 4810 ExoTourbillon Slim ‘110 Year Edition’ which includes a graphic allegory of the 3 most important geographical areas which together cover the entire northern hemisphere, on top and at the bottom it has an ExoTourbillon at 6 h with a Cotes de Genève background to highlight.
From the ExoTourbillon Slim they have made only 110 units: 36 with the image of America and Europe and 38 with the image of Asia. It is a very discreet international design with no other special features. The Montblanc 4810 ExoTourbillon Slim ‘110 Years Editions’ is presented with a black alligator leather strap with buckle 18K white gold. Not bad for a 43,500 € watch.
The Montblanc 4810 Orbis Terrarum is a great watch, not only for its design but also for its multi-hour functionality to very easily adjust the local time when traveling and instantly know the hour in the remaining 23 time zones. When arriving to the new destination city at another time zone, you only have to align the city at 6 with the red triangle. This setting is again performed through the button at 8 am, which automatically changes the hour needle, continents, cities, day / night disk and all 24 time zones along with it.
The hour needle jumps in one hour increments without affecting the accuracy of the minutes. Once this simple adjustment is performed, the local time of the new destination and the 24 time zones, are fully synchronized. The Montblanc 4810 Orbis Terrarum is all yours for only 5,890 Euros.
The Montblanc 4810 Orbis Terrarum Pocket Watch ‘110 Years Edition’ is a magnificent piece that makes a trip to the past keeping the traveling spirit of the sailors with a beautiful area in which the most important cities in 24 time zones are presented and some that are contemplated in the half an hour for a total of 35 cities.
Setting the time is extremely simple. The user begins by setting the local time zone by pressing the button between 5 am and 6 am until the city of origin (or the nearest city indicating the user’s time zone itself) is placed in front of the arrow at 6 o’clock. The hours and minutes are then adjusted by the crown at 12 h, taking care to turn the needles until the central map shows the correct day / night indication. Once completed, all 24 time zones can be easily read at a glance thanks to the large opening of the sphere. One of the only 8 pieces that were manufactured costs as low as 295,000 €.
Finally we have this incredibly unique piece designed for installation on your yacht, or one of them. This is the Montblanc Collection Tourbillon Cylindrique Pocket Watch 110 Years Edition And Navigator Unique Piece Nautical Clock (challenging Audemars Piguet for the brand with the longest name clock).
In their second nautical clock (the first was in 2012), the Navigator Unique Piece Nautical Clock is a wonderful piece that includes a pocket watch made with the same movement of the Montblanc Collection Villeret Tourbillon Cylindrique Geospheres Vasco da Gama launched in August last year.
As you may not have the luck to be able to buy the only one nautical piece, you may have more options to of enyoing the Vasco da Gama bracelet watch valued at 265,000 € for which they’ve made 18 pieces only. Hurry up they are ending.