Five Great Montblanc Chronographs For 2020: One For (Nearly) Every Occasion

Montblanc has kept the Minerva spirit alive, not only through the chiefly handmade and -decorated movements still manufactured in Minerva’s historical factory in Villeret, but also in these watches’ wonderfully nostalgic designs. Martin Green highlights five new Montblanc chronographs for 2020 that blend tradition with good modern design in the best way.

Montblanc 1858 Geosphere: Travel Never Looked So Good

The Montblanc 1858 Geosphere is a very cool dual-hemisphere world time watch that received an update for the digital Watches & Wonders 2020. It’s coolness has inspired Joshua Munchow to daydream about seeing the world once again. And it might inspire you to do the same.

3 New Watches For 2020 From Cartier, Montblanc, And Roger Dubuis

Martin Green highlights three new watches that we would have seen for the first time at Watches & Wonders 2020 had the fair run: the new Montblanc Heritage Monopusher Chronograph, the Cartier Santos-Dumont XL, and Roger Dubuis’s Excalibur Twofold that introduces a new material to watchmaking: LumiSuperBiwiNova.

Timeless And Under The Radar: Three New Classics From Montblanc, Baume & Mercier, And Nomos Glashütte

There were many highlights setting new benchmarks in terms of technology and design in 2019; unfortunately most of these statement pieces are quite expensive, often out of reach, and not made for everyday wear. Taking a look beyond the limelight, Sabine Zwettler spotted three intriguing variations of existing timepieces from Montblanc, Baume & Mercier, and Nomos Glashütte that make a serious statement on the wrist without breaking the bank.

Piaget Upstream (photo courtesy Geo Cramer)

Serving Up Salmon: Watches With Sublime Salmon-Colored Dials And Why They Remain Rare – Reprise

Even seasoned watch connoisseurs look twice when presented with a men’s watch fitted with what’s known as a “salmon” dial. If it is a fairly common model, a salmon-colored dial usually elevates the watch to a higher plane. Martin Green explains why this is so.

Montblanc Star Legacy Metamorphosis Limited Edition 8

Montblanc Star Legacy Metamorphosis Limited Edition 8: Familiar Concept With Out-Of-This-World Surprise – Plus Video

The Montblanc Star Legacy Metamorphosis Limited Edition 8 moves away from the chronograph function that made the first two Metamorphosis models so impressive and looks to the sky for “revealing” new inspiration.

2019 Monblanc Heritage models

Montblanc 2019 Heritage Line: Minerva More Visible Than Ever. And That Is So, So Good

The new Montblanc Heritage collection is so inspired by Minerva’s illustrious past that you may only be able to tell which decade they were produced in by taking them in your hands and feeling the weight of modern stainless steel or 18-karat gold cases. And I guarantee you will fall in love with them!

Montblanc 1858 Automatic Chronograph

Montblanc 1858 Collection: Storytelling In The Mountains

Montblanc presents a brand-new look and concept for its 1858 collection of 2018, which now exudes a distinct outdoorsy vibe. The main message here is a clearer, more simplified concept, integrating the outdoors and the idea of a more natural lifestyle into the new watches. What do you think?

Pre-selected Sports watches for the 2016 GPHG above clockwise from top left: Grand Seiko The Hi-Beat 36000 Professional 600m Diver’s, Hublot Techframe Ferrari Tourbillon Chronograph, MB&F Horological Machine No7 Aquapod, Montblanc TimeWalker Chronograph Rally Timer Counter Limited Edition 100, Tudor Pelagos LHD, and Ulysse Nardin Marine Regatta

Quill & Pad’s Predictions In The Sports Category Of The 2017 Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Geneve

A lot of great sports watches came out this year, many of which were able to break the mold of what a sports watch should look like or can do. This is vital for the industry as it retains the attention of potential buyers and shows that there is still creativity in one of the most popular watch segments. See what our panel thinks of the shortlisted watches in the 2017 Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève’s Sports category.

pre-selected Chronograph watches for the 2017 GPHG are, clockwise from top left above: Fabergé Visionnaire Chronograph Ceramic, Longines Avigation BigEye, Montblanc 1858 Chronograph Tachymeter Limited Edition 100, Parmigiani Fleurier Tonda Chrono Anniversaire, Singer Reimagined Track 1, and TAG Heuer Autavia.

Our Predictions In The Chronograph Category Of The 2017 Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève

Welcome to the 2017 edition of Quill & Pad’s Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève predictions in which the team picks favorites and explains why. Today we discuss the Chronograph category, which the GPHG foundation describes for watches entered as “mechanical watches comprising at least one chronograph indication. Additional indications and/or complications are admissible.”