Introducing The Montblanc Heritage Monopusher Chronograph In Steel With A Salmon Dial (Live Pics & Pricing)
At the 2019 SIHH, Montblanc dispatched another Heritage assortment that covered a scope of watches from basic three-handers to GMT models , to chronographs and even a never-ending schedule . What we have here is an update to a current watch that presents a lovely new salmon dial that feels right comfortable on this model. The Heritage Monopusher Chronograph is a treated steel watch that sits somewhere close to being a dress watch and being a game watch, and gives recognition to the 1940s and ’50s, when Minerva chronographs were in their brilliant age. Presently, this watch doesn’t utilize a Minerva development, yet that implies you get a lovely complicated watch at a generally moderate cost. By utilizing the type MB 25.12, which depends on the Sellita SW510, Montblanc can hold the cost down without trading off in other areas.
If you’re feeling that this watch looks somewhat natural, it’s in light of current circumstances. This salmon dial tone was utilized by Montblanc in a chronograph a year ago, explicitly in the restricted release Heritage Spirit Pulsograph . These watches are unmistakably of a quill, yet they involve two altogether different spots in Montblanc’s item list. The new Heritage Monopusher Chronograph presents similar incredible looks and a similar usefulness in a more reasonable, non-restricted package.
Salmon dials have been having an all-inclusive second, and all things considered. They’re an incredible option in contrast to the typical white, dark, and blue, yet they’re shockingly simple to wear and they go with a wide scope of garments styles. For a watch this way, salmon is an ideal decision as well, completing the watch’s mid-century vibe. Since the assortment’s full dispatch a year ago, I’ve additionally truly preferred the Heritage watch dials. The blend of completions is incredible and gives them a huge load of lavishness and profundity – I believe it’s a major piece of why these pieces fight at a surprisingly high level class no matter how you look at it. This piece is no exemption, and the way that it’s a somewhat bigger watch with a major, open dial simply gives the completing and subtleties more space to sparkle. Those little, applied hour markers are so inconspicuous, yet truly excellent.
Now, on that subject, this watch is on the bigger side. At 42mm x 14.7mm, you’re not going to mistake it for a vintage chronograph, however I do think it wears somewhat decent on the wrist. The short-ish carries and offset case certainly assist with that, as does having the solitary chronograph pusher set into the crown. This implies you don’t have ungraceful chronograph pushers out of the way, causing the watch to feel significantly bigger. With everything taken into account, in case you’re searching for a chronograph that connects the cutting edge/vintage partition, this oughta do the trick.
Model: Heritage Monopusher Chronograph
Reference Number: 126078
Case Material: Stainless steel
Dial Color: Salmon with grainé and sunray finishes
Indexes: Applied rhodium-covered dabs and Arabic numerals
Lume: Yes, on all fours markers
Water Resistance: 50 meters
Strap/Bracelet: Dark dim croc tie with collapsing treated steel clasp
Caliber: MB 25.12 (Based on a Sellita SW 510)
Functions: Hours, minutes, seconds, monopusher chronograph with 30-minute totalizer
Power Reserve: 48 hours
Frequency: 4 Hz (28,800 vph)
Estimating & Availability
Limited Edition: No
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Photos, Tiffany Wade