Pocket watch and table clock
Something different for a presentation today. This is a 4810 Orbis Terrarum pocket watch by Montblanc. Many of you know and own the different iterations of the Montblanc world timer as a wristwatch (so do I as well), but this version is not seen very often.
110 units were produced in 2016 and sold rather quickly within a year. I was lucky to get one as well and have been using it since then - not as a pocket watch but as a table clock. It is made of a stainless steel block and measures 53mm, being quite heavy and thus also solid as a table clock. The dial is derived from the second version of the wristwatch, being very colorful with respect to the time zones. The caseback is engraved with a german ship that crossed the atlantic ocean 110 years ago between New York, Southhampton and Hamburg.
In my opinion this was a surprising offering at that time and since then there have been no further pocket watches by Montblanc. Should you ever come across one of those examples give it a look and feel!