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Smart Travels: Montblanc Sets Off with the 1858 GMT Automatic Date | Features

Whereas most GMT watches characteristic a further hand to point the second time zone, the brand new Montblanc 1858 GMT Automated Date boasts an intuitive and easy-to-read GMT show with no arms. As a substitute, the second time zone is offered through a pink sq. that strikes across the periphery of the dial.

This pink sq. is positioned subsequent to the mounted 24-hour bezel fabricated from black or blue anodized aluminum. Thus, even within the second time zone, it’s clearly seen whether or not it’s day or night time. An extra spotlight of this refined strategy is the show of half hours. These increments are indicated by a pink rectangle.

To accommodate sport fanatic with Wanderlust, the timepiece provides a 42mm case with a water-resistance of 100 meters. The caseback is fabricated from titanium and engraved with the continents and oceans, in addition to the names of cities in all 24 time zones. The engraving could be customized with the proprietor’s hometown (in pink) and time zone. As one other cool element, the Central European time, often represented by Paris, has been changed by Villeret, the Swiss headquarters of Montblanc.

The 1858 GMT Automated Date is pushed by the automated caliber MB 24.33 and geared up with a steel bracelet or a rubber strap. Each could be swapped simply with out using instruments. Retail is $3,515 on a strap or $3,730 on a bracelet.

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