Montblanc MONTBLANC has launched a 1858 single-press chronograph for the biennial charity auction Only Watch. The bronze case material is matched with the army’s green dial and strap. People feel refreshed.
Montblanc 1858 single-press chronograph has always been very popular, and this time Only Watch Montblanc also launched a bronze and army green version of the style, people feel super hearty!
Montblanc’s 1858 series of watches is of great significance to the brand’s historical heritage, and it also pays tribute to the brand’s centennial watch factory, Minerva. The 1858 single-press chronograph we saw is also a watch with a retro flavor created by the single-button chronograph introduced by the watch factory in the 1930s.
This special edition for the Only Watch has a 44 mm case and is equipped with a MB M16.29 manual winding movement. This movement is inspired by Minerva’s chronograph movement 17.29 introduced in 1929. Many internal parts are very similar to the movement of the year. The entire movement contains 252 parts, including the column wheel and the horizontal clutch. The device, the horizontal clutch device and the lever supporting the chronograph hammer are connected to each other. At the end, there is a small arrow symbolizing the Minerva watch factory.
Bronze material / MB M16.29 manual winding movement / hour, minute, small seconds display / chronograph function / sapphire crystal, transparent caseback / diameter 44mm
The faceplate also uses military green as the main color as mentioned in the introduction, and the radial pattern and gradient color effect on the faceplate also make the visual richer and three-dimensional. In addition, the combination of bronze and army green can also be said to be quite appropriate, making people reluctant to look away.