Ahh, I was close!
I was close about the day/night indicator disc. But it's not a 24 hour disc. Montblanc decided to do this in a more clever and proper but difficult way instead of just a simple 24 hour disc.
Looking forward to seeing the platinum and steel versions as well. This is really looking very promising, I can't wait to see the piece in person and I think Montblanc really did a great job with this one!
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The New Montblanc "Rising Hours" press release
Montblanc Nicolas Rieussec Rising Hours A chronograph for day and night After observing the evolution of Montblancs Nicolas Rieussec chronographs, one might be tempted to conclude that time is a disc. Montblanc first used rotating discs to replace the ha...
What a Pleasure!
I think that it is a wonderful move for Montblanc to add a Rieussec that is not dependent on the distinctiveness of its chrono elements to please. Moreover, it appears that they have done so in a very big way, adding the interesting hours complication and...
Ahh, I was close!
I was close about the day/night indicator disc. But it's not a 24 hour disc. Montblanc decided to do this in a more clever and proper but difficult way instead of just a simple 24 hour disc. Looking forward to seeing the platinum and steel versions as wel...
A mere 39 minutes!
LOL, I think I posted a mere 39 minutes before Mike revealed the full complication. FWIW, I assume it's a typo that blue is night and black is day? Nice touch with the Maltese Cross-type cam system that provides a gradual change from am to pm colors. I'm ...
For those of us who are less visually-creative, I am hopeful that Montblanc passes along some schematics to show the dual-cam system in operation. As has become customary with the Rieussec line, this watch is aesthetically balanced and the added complicat...