Mont Blanc were the official timekeepers of Goodwood Festival and had these beauties on their display stand. I had the chance to meet David Cerrato, a truly inspirational character. Previously putting Tudor on the map with his Black Bay design, I can trul
Truth to be told, I was not very fan of the Heritage line till this year. There were some good products, as, for example, the Meisterstück Heritage Pulsograph from the 2014 Collection... ... But it left me cold, despite the beautiful movement, the Cal 13.
SORRY ABOUT THE POOR PHOTO,S TREMBLING WITH JOY,, THERE IS ALOT WRITTEN ABOUT THIS MODEL AND PHOTO,S DO NOT DO IT JUSTICE A WATCH FOR ME -NEAR PERFECT OFF TO HAVE A STRONG DRINK TO CALM ME DOWN FANTASTIC IN THE FLESH AND TO HOLD
One of my best shot of this watch, which is one of the finest chronograph I know. I know, I wrote it a thousand times, but for me, it is a milestone. The only one which can beat it is another Montblanc, the 1858 Split Seconds, because of its beveled lugs
There are two " first access " watches, this year, at Montblanc: The 1858 Automatic, which I already reviewed, and the Heritage Automatic, which we'll see, now. The Heritage and the 1858 Automatic both play the card of a certain nostalgia, vintage, retro.
Here is a small selection. The Kandinsky is my favorite: Followed by the " Blue Hour ": The Guggenheim: The Da Vinci: And the Scipione Borghese: If I could get at least one of them, I would be extremely happy. The Guggenheim is an old love, since 2016 and
It is not a secret that I am deeply in love with Split Seconds. Especially when the movement is manual winding, and more especially when the movement is superbly finished, which is the case of the Montblanc 1858 Split Seconds, one of the very good surpris