I think MB felt that they had priced the pulsograph competitively against rivals from Lange, Vacheron and Patek but what it fails to appreciate is many potential clients will still favour the three aforementioned brands due to their history. You and I app
I think the price point was of the Pulsograph was a little too high for general watch collectors, especially when previous editions of the same movement were cased in PM rather than SS for similar prices. The entry level Heritage Auto has a lot of the sam
I bought the Heritage Salmon 3 hander back at MBs Goodwood stand having seen the Heritage Pulsograph as well. Think this small seconds with Minerva movement at 39mm makes a really interesting proposition. LE, 39mm with that gorgeous movement and a little
I think this is a vintage style which is quite popular in the past? Keep seeing such aesthetics appearing in watches for the past few years. In fact the MB Villeret Vintage Pulsographe is in the same vein too.
One of the good surprises of this year, this Heritage Pulsograph LE 100 Pieces Steel Salmon, with its 40 mm steel case, not too high ( 12, 65 mm ), its superb dial and gorgeous movement. The Cal 13.21: If I didn't suspect that Montblanc would release next
Rewind to one year ago at an amazing GTG when I first saw a beautiful pulsometer chronograph which belongs to fellow Purist Beerstyle. It was love at first sight when I held the watch in my hands, 39mm WG case, Grand Feu enamel pulsometer dial, blued hand
Conceptually, it's a bit bananas. Take one of the finest chronograph movements in the world and turn it into a knockabout watch. Throw it on an appropriate strap, get the seals checked every year and you can theoretically wear this watch while cannonballi
I will only post those I could take in picture, but you can post your pictures of these chronographs with Minerva movements. Let's start with the ones I first saw, the Mono Pusher with its enamel dial and its Cal 13.21 ( in white gold ). The P10 ( PuristS