One of the best-known German luxury goods manufacturers in the world, Montblanc International GmbH, started its existence during the first half of the 20th century, when three ambitious entrepreneurs, Alfred Nehemias, Claus-Johannes Voss and August Eberstein launched a small manufacture, which produced luxury-writing instruments.
Nevertheless, through the years, the company extended its production domain to many other areas of fashionable urban life, from high-end leather goods, lavish fragrances, to sophisticated luxury watches, which rival with those produced by some of the most respected members of today Haute Horology.
Represented by an emblematic white star, Montblanc is now a renowned member of the Richemont group, which never ceased to impress its enthusiast customers with amazing new models, defined by immaculate precision, long-term reliability and distinguished aesthetics.
Not long ago, the brand released another delightful addition to its sophisticated Montblanc Profile XL Automatic Watch Line, the stylish Montblanc Profile XL Automatic 102371 Watch, a remarkable new model, which emanates style and masculinity.
An impressive new model, the superb Montblanc Profile XL Automatic 102371 Watch, demonstrates a stainless steel rectangular case, measuring 33.0 mm x 44.0 mm, and 12.85 mm in thickness, which demonstrates an interesting brushed finish. The sophisticated architecture of the case incorporates a steel fluted crown, a glare-proof sapphire crystal, and a steel case-back, and provides 30-meters water resistance.
Moreover, the model features a finely patterned silver dial fitted with navy Roman numeral hour markers and hour indices, and navy sward-shaped hours and minute’s hands with central luminescent inserts. Asides from the traditional central hours, minutes and seconds functions, the model also displays an additional time zone through a sub-dial located at 6 o’clock, and a double date aperture located at 12 o’clock location.
The new Montblanc Profile XL Automatic 102371 Watch accommodates a high-performance self-winding mechanical movement, the Montblanc 4810/911 Caliber, which incorporates 21 jewels and alternates at 28,800 vibrations per hour, providing, thus the advantage of 42 hours power reserve.
Especially created to be a reliable timekeeping companion for the self-assertive active man of the 21st century, the model embraces the wrist with a classy brown alligator leather strap, with triple folding clasp. The model also has an all black variation, available on black rubber strap, and their price tag will be somewhere around $2,500.00.