I discovered this Rieussec Chronograph during the SIHH 2014, during an interview with Jerome Lambert, who was the Montblanc CEO at that time. The Nicolas Rieussec is a great chronograph, especially when it houses the manual winding movement. But the Tribu
When we are talking about haute horlogerie from Montblanc, it is most frequently the Villeret and 1858 lines that are being discussed. In addition to those, there are complicated pieces in the Heritage Chronometrie and 4810 lines, too (here: for a summar
The booth is almost the same as the previous years. But this year, they emphasize "mountains" more, so the booth has mountain-like structure, as well as the auditorium inside. Montblanc watch this year has three pillars - or rather the new CEO decided to
Montblanc has presented novelties in the 1858, TimeWalker, Nicolas Rieussec and Star Legacy lines at SIHH 2018, on which there is more in the following threads: - 1858 Collection: (here: for more) - TimeWalker Line: (here: www.watchprosite.com fo
Some first information on the updates of the Star Legacy line have already been published prior to SIHH (here: www.watchprosite.com more) and I have put on a post on the new Nicolas Rieussec version (also part of the line) yesterday (here: www.
Following the last updates to the Montblanc Nicolas Rieussec lines in 2015 (here: www.watchprosite.com for more) and the pre-SIHH announcement (here: for more), here the full update on the Nicolas Rieussec line from this year's SIHH. Montblanc re
Montblanc itself - in spite of being 111 years old - is a fairly new hand at watch making. At least if you consider the original operation, prior to acquiring Minerva in 2006 (which dates back to 1858). The history started in 1997 and about 10 years later
I've been trying to find this manual wind version for quite some time. Fortunately Montblanc has a piece available from their HQ. And it came with their 500 hours test certificate. Was worried it would wear too big or heavy, but it felt fine on my wrist,