Montblanc unveils an eight-piece limited edition 1858 Split Second Chronograph in collaboration with Sincere Fine Watches.
Housed in a robust, satin-finished, 44 mm Grade 5 titanium case, the Montblanc 1858 Split Second Chronograph Limited Edition 8 comes with a red gradated lacquered dial that has been created using a special process that takes dexterity and time to achieve.
The new Montblanc 1858 Split Second Chronograph is equipped with the Manufacture monopusher chronograph calibre MB M16.31, featuring the complex split-second or ‘rattrapante’ complication. Made in the Minerva workshop using traditional methods, it’s as beautiful as it is functional. Thanks to its transparent case back, one gets to enjoy a spectacular view into the heart of this timepiece. Its screwed balance wheels are some of the largest in the industry, and the chamfered edges, traditional circular graining, and ‘Côtes de Genève’ stripes continue the time-honoured legacy of the manufacture.
No doubt, a watch for connoisseurs who appreciate hand-crafted in-house movements with meticulous hand-finishing, precision, carefully selected materials, legibility and robustness.
This masterpiece is also complemented with a limited-edition watch box to mark the special occasion celebrating the partnership between Montblanc and Sincere Fine Watches.
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