Fellow Purists, Hoping you are all having a fine weekend, allow me to suggest this is how a true Midwesterner enjoys a mid-morning unboxing. I'm confident you’ll enjoy this moment with me, as well as help answer a couple of important questions a few days’
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.
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
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
Both the 1858 and CP2 watches have now been offered in multiple versions, probably will be the same here. I am reminded of how AP used to get bashed hard for making limited variants of the Royal Oak Offshore. Ironic, now they seem to have little to no "li
Really love this watch. Now that we see the online reception, it looks like this could have been a regular production piece. Like the Fifty Fathoms, it could have been a cornerstone in the Blancpain collection for more than a decade without significant re