The golden age of motor racing
Montblanc Time Walker Chronographs stand out due to their tachymeter scale, which is used in racing to measure speed. The Time Walker Date Automatic features a date display. The Montblanc Time Walker Chronograph UTC displays the date, the small second and a second time zone, while the Time Walker Chronograph shows the stop minutes by a silver rim on the display. The Time Walker Chronograph in the Limited Edition has a soft calfskin strap. The date and chronograph functions can be easily read thanks to the colour contrasts of the panda dial.
A rising star
The brand name Montblanc stands for excellent watchmaking. Just like a Swiss watch movement, the luxury watches are tested in the Montblanc Labory Test by simulating 500 hours of everyday situations. With its high standards of quality and craftsmanship, Montblanc has made a name for itself since 1997. The range of luxury watches on offer extends from classic models to watches of the highest quality. In 2006, Montblanc acquired the traditional company Minerva. Since then, selected Montblanc luxury watches have been equipped with the function of short-time measurement with the red tip second hand.
Technical features of Montblanc Time Walker
In the Montblanc Time Walker Chronograph, the transparent back allows a view of the automatic calibre. Stopping processes are measured to the nearest eighth of a second. It features a 46 hour power reserve, 33 jewels, a stainless steel case, index markers, five-minute indexes and carbon-coated crowns. The dials of the Montblanc Time Walker Collection have a high recognition value. Other models are half-skeletonised, inspired by the air vents on racing cars. The bezel is made of ceramic and the horns of the case are satin-finished and slightly bevelled. Traditional finishes include blued screws, Geneva stripes and a monobloc oscillating weight.