The manifestations that come out of the plan division of Davide Cerrato (Managing Director of Montblanc Watches) are fanned out on an exceptionally wide scale. Some are moderate and unobtrusive. Others are complicated both regarding watchmaking. All I’m saying is, that we ought not leap to an end when passing judgment on Montblanc and sort them in for sure. Having said that, today we will have a more intensive gander at the least complex SIHH 2019 delivery, the Montblanc 1858 Automatic Limited Edition. Straightforward regarding complications, nothing else.

1858 Collection

Before we talk about the actual watch we should initially situate the 1858 pieces, into the Montblanc assortment. Fundamentally, the brand has two primary plan centers; contemporary and vintage. Inside the two classifications, we discover three patterns; game, exemplary and woman. In light of this relationship the contemporary and energetic pieces are the Timewalker models. The contemporary and exemplary are the Star Legacy (like the moonphase we discussed here ) and the contemporary women are the Bohéme – and some Star Legacy – watches. Presently comes the vintage part. Montblanc offers no vintage woman’s models – for the present. The vintage exemplary watches are the ones from the Heritage assortment. In conclusion, the vintage lively pieces are the Montblanc 1858 watches, similar to the subject of our article. While the contemporary models sport Montblanc’s new kind of logo, the vintage pieces all have the old-style logo with the mountain top in the middle.

Montblanc 1858 Automatic

I feel that the SIHH 2019 Montblanc 1858 oddities were somewhat ignored by numerous individuals during the show. Not on the grounds that they were not extraordinary watches, actually. This has more to do with the Heritage models and particularly the Monopusher and Pulsograph pieces. Despite the fact that the Montblanc 1858 chronograph and automatic, also the Geosphere are on the whole intriguing watches. Most importantly, each of the 3 are restricted editions – you got it – to 1858 pieces. They all come in khaki green, not your normal watch shading except if you’re focusing on military-propelled pieces. However, the Montblanc 1858 Automatic (much the same as the other 2 models) are definitely not military. To polish off the comparison, every one of the 3 new models have bronze cases. As per the brand with these watches, they’re focusing on the voyagers, the outdoorsmen, and ladies. All things considered, nomen est sign (the name justifies itself with real evidence ), right?


The Montblanc 1858 Automatic Limited Edition has a bronze case with titanium case back that has a bronze shading covering. the shape is traditional as well, huge round face and short slender and bended carries. The general completion is brushed for certain cleaned slants on the carries and around the bezel of the watch just as the case back. With regards to sizes the Montblanc 1858 Automatic has a contemporary size at 40mm. The stature is just 11.07mm, making it rather slight particularly when on the wrist and under a coat sleeve. Enormous vintage style fluted crown, adding more to the legacy look. Scratch safe, box gem vaults over the dial, something you’d seen on pieces from the ’30s and ’40s. according to current principles with against intelligent covering however. The case back is exceptionally enlivened though it’s fairly “pointless” on account of the NATO tie covering the vast majority of it.


Although the khaki green dial didn’t make it to the choice of our Top 5 Colorful Dials from SIHH 2019 article it’s a wondrous thing without a doubt. Fortunately marks adventure out an ever increasing number of consistently nowadays, frequently setting out to come up with a striking case shape or dial tone. As the Montblanc 1858 Automatic should be a mountain voyager’s watch this shade of green on the dial is only the ideal match. Plan insightful the dial is quite basic. Enormous, beige Arabic numerals all around with Superluminova covering, rhodium plated house of God hands (recall, vintage contact) with a similar iridescence material. My most un-main thing is the old-style logo under the 12 in white. Nothing against the situation or the tone, this logo is simply not my thing. The watch is not difficult to peruse and the lume sparkles like insane in obscurity. Extraordinary usability.


It’s difficult to discuss the development of a period just watch. Generally that is not all that much. Except if it’s brief repeater however this time this is not really the situation. Inside the Montblanc 1858 Automatic, you discover the MB 24.15 type. A Sellita SW200 based mechanical, self-twisting development with 38 hours of force hold and 26 gems. The MB 24.15 has a Vph of 28,800 (4 Hz). No date or sub-second capacity, it’s a straightforward time-just development. Ordinarily marks ruin watches with odd date opening positions – in reality usually having the date on the watch by any means. Fortunately, remaining consistent with the legacy thought, this Montblanc 1858 Automatic (or its chronograph adaptation) doesn’t offer this complication. Not a misfortune at all nowadays, you discover the date all over around you.

The steel rendition, not a restricted edition…also not half as cool as the bronze version

Closing Words

The Montblanc 1858 Automatic Limited Edition comes in 1858 pieces as it were. There will be a steel adaptation, standard creation with a dark dial too. That one (reference 119907) has a khaki green nubuck calf cowhide tie. While the Montblanc 1858 Automatic has a khaki green NATO lash with steel pin clasp. The cost will be $2,410 for the steel variant and somewhat more than $3,000 for the restricted bronze case Montblanc 1858 Automatic. With regards to the value, the watch truly plays in the reasonable fragment. Regardless of whether you are a fanatic of bronze cases and green dials is, obviously, an alternate inquiry. While this combo is unmistakably not the most adaptable look, if that doesn’t trouble you, or you are searching briefly (third, fourth and so on) watch, the 1858 Automatic may be something to consider.

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