A watch that not simply tells time however tells atomic time like time actually is. Sounds sophisticated? Montblanc says that it’s really fairly easy.
According to the grasp designers and craftsmen at Montblanc Montre SA in Le Locle, the birthplace of conventional Swiss watch-making, Universal Time Coordinated (UTC) is utilized in aviation and technological contexts exactly because of its unambiguous terminology. Officially launched in 1972 and straight linked to TAI (International Atomic Time), UTC takes the influencing elements of the irregular rotation of the earth into consideration, therefore stays near actual time.
Add that to an architectonic use of kinds with the readability of polished stainless-steel and voila! Meet the TimeWalker UTC Chronograph, a proud addition to the luxurious Montblanc’s watch assortment.
The preliminary hand-drawn sketch of the designer’s imaginative and prescient, already a minor murals in itself, reveals how every element was minutely thought of. From the dynamic silhouette and the skeletonised lugs to the 24-hour flange with day/evening indication, Montblanc may have created one other timekeeping traditional for the long run.
Drop by the Montblanc flagship at Mandarin Gallery on your repair of this distinctive timepiece.