With the Siberian cold enveloping the European continent I felt it right to launch an appropriately themed Montblanc / Minerva Monday thread. Any others braving the cold these days? Wishing you a great week!
I am over the moon to see this piece back home. I dearly miss it for the past 5+ months. I am glad that it came back in great condition and working well. The whole experience was made better by the local boutique team even though the wait is really long.
Forumners, I was wandering around SIHH 2018 for an unscheduled visit and I happened to capture a few images at the Montblanc booth. Not the most expensive watches but some models that are likely to have mass appeal. They certainly appealed to me. I also g
An older Montblanc model but one very underrated watch in my modest opinion. The dial is superb and the finishing is really very good. The Caliber is an ETA model but Montblanc cases and dials are flawless. I can't understand why this watch never made it
After a testing period at work over the last months I finally managed to take benefit of the public holiday today and plan on making this a long weekend. Depending on the country one lives in, it’s Father’s Day today, too - so downtime is certainly apprec
It has been a very long time I didn't wear it, so I plan to give it some wrist time soon. In the meantime, I took this shot which associates a good watch with a good book: " La Comédie Humaine " Balzac. Add a good glass of fine Armagnac and a cigar, and w
So close, so different at the same time. 44 mm polished case, without beveled lugs, on your left / 40 mm brushed case, beveled and thinner lugs on your right. Both mono pusher Chronographs, but one is located in the crown, while the other is at 2 o clock.
Meaning - for those of us who still have to frequent offices on a regular basis - the many signatures and odd checking of the watch to see if the meeting will overrun Both areas of expertise for Montblanc. It’s my trusty Montblanc Heritage Chronometrie Ul