Montblanc Heritage Spirit Orbis Terrarum. A good souvenir.

Apr 26, 2019,00:01 AM

A nice looking world time with a pedestrian movement ( Sellita + in house module ), launched in 2015. 

I reviewed it here:

And I thought for a long time it would be my first Montblanc watch. Till the day I discovered the 1858 Tachymeter...

Friendly, nice looking, reliable, affordable, this watch has a lot of qualities. But since this year, I am starting to wonder if, like the Perpetual Calendar, the Orbis Terrarum will receive, one day, an in house movement. 

I think that, if it is the case, this watch will become another thing than a souvenir, a reality, for me. In this case, it might well be my second Montblanc watch!

What do you think? 



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I think you're spot on...

 By: KMII : April 26th, 2019-04:26
With a different movement this watch would certainly gain additional appeal. The concept and the dial are certainly spot on already

Yes, why not! [nt]

 By: amanico : April 26th, 2019-15:44

The original version of the Orbis Terrarum with the 41 mm case and on the bracelet is for me an interesting "every-day" watch.

 By: BjoernM21 : April 26th, 2019-06:54
Though, I wonder if the dial design so close to to what Vacheron Constantin offered with the world time model 86060/000R-9640 was such a good idea of LVMH. And now Christopher Ward came up with the C1 Grand Malvern Worldtimer , with an in-house worldtime ...