Pre-SIHH 2016: Montblanc - Heritage Chronométrie Chronograph Quantième Annuel

Pre-SIHH 2016: Montblanc – Heritage Chronométrie Chronograph Quantième Annuel

Among a few oddities, at the upcoming SIHH 2016 Montblanc will feature another model of the Heritage Chronométrie assortment which combines a chronograph with a yearly schedule, a first an ideal opportunity for the line.

As it is not difficult to envision, the primary test for a watch like the new Montblanc Heritage Chronométrie Chronograph Quantième Annuel is keeping an unmistakable and decipherable dial considering the various signs showed and ten hands on the dial.

Montblanc accomplishes this outcome by keeping all the chronograph related hands dressed in blue and the hands for the hours, minutes, seconds and schedule works in plated red gold.

The chronograph seconds are shown with a focal blue hand, the slipped by minutes are shown in a counter at 9 o’clock with sectorial scale, and the hours in a counter at 6 o’clock.

For the yearly schedule, the times of the week are in plain view at 6 o’clock, the date is appeared at 12 o’clock and the months are included at 9 o’clock. At 3 o’clock, the interesting moonphase complication shows the four chief patterns of the moon by means of four individual red gold-plated moons. New moon, first quarter, full moon and last quarter—that are related to a red gold hand.

The schedule capacities can be set gratitude to four individual correctors situated in the center piece of the case and worked by a devoted Montblanc pin that is conveyed with the watch.

The Heritage Chronométrie Chronograph Quantième Annuel is fueled by the programmed development type MB 25.09 which beats at 28,800 vph with a force hold of 42 hours.

In accordance with the stylish code of the assortment, the watch highlights faceted sword hands, red gold-plated files and Arabic numerals in a cleaned 42 mm x 13.83 mm red gold case with bended horns.

Fitted with a crocodile calfskin lash, the Montblanc Heritage Chronométrie Chronograph Quantième Annuel (ref. 114876) is tried for 500 hours in accordance with the necessities of the Montblanc Laboratory 500 Test and has a retail cost of around Euro 18,900/US$ 20,500. montblanc.com

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