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Introducing The Montblanc 1858 Monopusher Chronograph In Steel And A Bronze Limited Edition

Introducing The Montblanc 1858 Monopusher Chronograph In Steel And A Bronze Limited Edition

Speedy Take

Continuing to emphasize inside the Minerva-propelled 1858 line up, Montblanc has as of late revealed another monopusher programmed chronograph that is accessible in both steel and a bronze restricted version. With warm new-vintage styling and a completely lover spec complication, the 1858 Monopusher Chronograph is a pleasantly estimated and energetic plan that offers a cool complication at a not exactly common cost point. 

Beginning Thoughts

In either steel or bronze, the 1858 Monopusher Chronograph is 42mm wide and 14.7mm thick with a strong caseback, 100 meters water obstruction, and an enemy of intelligent domed sapphire gem. While the styling is much in accordance with different pieces from the 1858 assortment, the bronze restricted release offers an unmistakable take (that will probably look completely rad as the patina creates), and it’s difficult to neglect the monopusher angle at, or around, $5,000 ( particularly given past LE monopushers from Montblanc ). 

The 1858 Monopusher Chronograph utilizes the MB 25.12 programmed development, which, similar to the MB 25.11, depends on a Sellita SW500. Those trusting that the monopusher was a declaration of the MB 25.10 (which depends on IWC’s in-house and section wheel-prepared 69370 development) should approve of a cam-worked Sellita, likely some deduction of the SW510 MP that we’ve seen effectively utilized in the Bremont Arrow. Ticking at 4Hz, the MB 25.12 has a force save of 48 hours and offers a 30-minute chronograph measure with focal chrono seconds and running seconds at nine o’clock. 

A few hairs more slender than the previously mentioned Bremont, the 1858 Monopusher Chronograph sits at a comparative value point yet offers a totally unique look and feel. The steel rendition begins at $4,900 on a cowhide tie or $5,200 on a pleasantly coordinated “globules of rice” style steel arm band. The bronze (which is restricted to 1,858 pieces) conveys a sticker price of $5,600 – simply add your own patina. 

The Basics

Brand: Montblanc
Model: 1858 Monopusher Chronograph Limited Edition
Reference Number: 125581 (steel on calfskin), 125582 (steel on wristband), 125583 (bronze) 

Diameter: 42mm
Thickness: 14.7mm
Case Material: Steel or bronze
Dial Color: Black
Indexes: Printed
Lume: Yes
Water Resistance: 100 meters
Strap/Bracelet: Steel arm band or earthy colored cowhide tie (for steel variant), beige NATO with bronze-covered hardened steel pin clasp (for bronze LE) 

The Movement

Caliber: MB 25.12
Functions: Hours, minutes, little seconds, 30-minute chronograph, focal chronograph seconds
Power Reserve: 48 hours
Winding: Automatic
Frequency: 28,800 vph
Jewels: 27
Additional Details: Monopusher chronograph 

Estimating & Availability

Price: $4,900 (steel, calfskin), $5,200 (steel, wristband), $5,600 (bronze LE)
Limited Edition: 1,858 pieces for the bronze version

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