Guided by the pioneering spirit that has characterised the company since 1906, Montblanc has revolutionised the culture of writing with its extraordinary innovations. Today the Maison continues to push boundaries, and to produce the finest expressions of luxury in the world of writing instruments, watches, leather goods, accessories, fragrances and eyewear.With each innovation, Montblanc offers new features and revolutionary design infused with the stylistic heritage of the Maison, respecting the highest qualitative standards thanks to the skill of the Master Craftsmen in all its manufacturing facilities; in Hamburg for writing instruments, in Le Locle and Villeret in the Swiss Jura for watches, and in Florence for leather goods. The iconic Montblanc emblem, which reflects its mission of crafting fine companions for life and for travel, has become synonymous with performance, innovation, style and quality.
Chronograph MONTBLANC 1858 42mm, bronze, leather strap, with folding clasp, champagne dial with röm./Index, automatic Cal. MB M25.11, sapphire-crystal, 10 atm, Ref.:118223.
The Montblanc 1858 Automatic Chronograph combines pure aesthetics with functionality and boasts the precision of chronographic functions. As a first, the Montblanc 1858 Automatic Chronograph introduces bi-pushers to the line to activate the chronograph. Its 42 mm case has undergone both polished and satin finishing and comes with a sapphire crystal glass box, highlighting the robustness and contemporary look of the watch. Engraved on the case back are a compass, two crossed ice pickaxes and the emblematic Mont Blanc mountain – the iconic peak that has inspired the Maison since its founding. The smoked champagne-coloured dial with sunray finishing provides an elegant backdrop for the bi-compass counters positioned at 3 and 9 o’clock, reminiscent of Minerva’s historic chronographs.
The Montblanc TimeWalker Collection symbolizes the spirit of motor racing and harks back to these instruments of glory with a line of new professional watches for the modern performer.
Since the entering the world of horology in 1997, Montblanc watchmakers have assembled each watch with meticulous care. Up to 300 hours are taken to ensure the perfect balance between art and mechanics is struck.