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Introduction 

Montblanc Watches: Luxury Watches with Adventurous Spirit 

Montblanc is based in Switzerland, and it is the successor of the Minerva manufacturer's legacy. The company got its start in making haute pens that pair traditional aesthetics with modern technology. Each pen is elegant and sophisticated, which carried over to Montblanc’s own line of haute watches. 

Today, Montblanc is known for its line of Montblanc men’s watches. Each collection represents a different facet of living. The Montblanc Timewalker, for instance, is made for sportsmen, while the Montblanc 1858 collection is crafted for those who crave adventure and exploration. As for the Star, it is meant to be borne by those who command the boardroom. 

How much is a Montblanc watch?

ModelPrice (approx.)SizeFeatures
Montblanc Star Classique Automatic Men's Watch (107072) $2,400 USD39mm
  • Stainless steel
  • Sapphire 
  • Black dial 
  • Silver tone hands
  • ETA Caliber 2895-2
  • Power reserve of 42 hours 
  • Water resistance of 30 meters
Montblanc Star Classique Quartz Men's Watch (108770)$1,500 USD39mm 
  • Stainless Steel
  • Sapphire
  • Silver dial
  • Silver-tone hands
  • MontBlanc Calibre MB 21.01
  • Water resistance of 30 meters
Montblanc TimeWalker Dual Carbon Chronograph Automatic Men's Watch (105805) $4,900 USD43mm
  • Stainless Steel
  • Sapphire
  • Black dial
  • Arabic Numerals
  • Rose Gold-tone hands
  • MB 25.01
  • 46 hour power reserve
  • Water resistance of 30 meters
Montblanc TimeWalker Automatic Chronograph 43 mm Automatic Silver Dial Men's Watch (116100)$3,030 USD43mm
  • Stainless steel
  • Sapphire
  • Transparent back
  • Silver dial
  • Arabic numerals
  • Luminous black hands
  • MB 25.07 calibre
  • Water resistance of 100 meters
Montblanc Heritage Automatic Men's Watch (MB119944)$2,800 USD40mm
  • Stainless steel
  • Salmon-colored dial
  • MB 24.26 calibre
  • 38 hour power reserve
  • Water resistance of 50 meters
Montblanc 1858 Monopusher Chronograph Limited-Edition (MB125583)$4,900 USD42mm
  • Bronze
  • Sapphire crystal
  • Black dial
  • Arabic numerals
  • MB 25.12 calibre
  • Power reserve of 48 hours
  • Water resistance of 100 meters
Montblanc Star Legacy Automatic Men's Watch (MB117577)$3,400 USD39mm
  • Stainless steel
  • Sapphire
  • Silver dial
  • Arabic Numerals
  • Leaf hands
  • 42 hour power reserve
  • Water resistance of 30 meters
Montblanc Tradition Automatic Date Automatic Mother Of Peral Dial Ladies’ Watch (114367)$1,700 USD32mm
  • Stainless steel
  • Scratch Resistant Sapphire
  • White Mother of Pearl dial
  • Rose gold-tone hands
  • MontBlanc Calibre MB 24.17
  • Power reserve of 38 hours
  • Water resistance of 30 meters
Montblanc Heritage Chronométrie Automatic Men's Watch (112520)$2,200 USD38mm
  • Stainless Steel
  • Sapphire 
  • Silver dial
  • Rose-gold tone hands
  • MB 24.09 calibre
  • Water resistance of 30 meters
Montblanc Bohème Date Automatic Ladies’ Watch (111057) $3,600 USD37mm
  • Stainless steel
  • Sapphire
  • Silver dial
  • Blue hands
  • Arabic Numerals
  • 38 hour power reserve
  • Water resistance of 30 meters

 

Montblanc’ Watch Collections 

Prices for the Montblanc Timewalker: Ode to Car Racing 

Racing and watchmaking have gone hand-in-hand for decades, especially so in the 21st century. The Montblanc TimeWalker collection remains inspired by the performance, skill, and robustness of racing. 

Through the Minerva manufacture, Montblanc continues to adapt to the technological advancements of racing. Cars are faster than ever before and the smallest time differences matter. People, racers especially, need a device that can monitor intervals to the second. 

A part of racing technology’s backbone and history, Minerva shapes performance timing. Back in 1916, the manufacture introduced a movement that measures 1/100th of a second. It has influenced precision and accuracy in watchmaking and racing ever since. Minerva is also known to be present in world-renowned sporting events.

Montblanc’s TimeWalker Collection meets the standards of a racer. Aesthetically, it remains inspired by Minerva’s vintage era. Practically, it is functional, precise, and innovative. Some TimeWalker pieces boast dials that look like race car dashboards. Other newer pieces even have a tachymeter scale for timing speed. 

Montblanc Timewalker watches cost around $2,500 USD to $6,000 USD, depending on the features, style, and timepiece you are buying. 

Prices for the Montblanc Heritage Spirit: Swiss Watchmaking at Its Finest 

Inspired and inspiring, the Montblanc Heritage Spirit collection values the human condition. It is elegant but bold, featuring polished, satin surfaces and refined cases. The Heritage Spirit’s dials are clear, and each piece features craftsmanship of the highest degree. Each detail is meticulously focused on, following specific design codes. 

Compared to other Montblanc timepieces, the Heritage Spirit has had only a handful of releases. Since each piece is crafted meticulously, the collection is mostly symbolic of Montblanc’s passion for travel and fine watchmaking. One of the collection’s most popular pieces, the Montblanc Heritage Spirit Orbis Terrarum, features a watch that can track the time in the world’s 24 time zones. The Montblanc Heritage Spirit typically cost around $3,000 USD or more. 

Prices for the Montblanc Bohéme: Elegant Watches for Her 

Simple and feminine, the Montblanc Bohéme collection is stylish and particular. The Montblanc watch price for a Bohéme is around $1,700 to $5,000 USD.

A ladies’ line of watches, Bohéme is a confident and busy woman’s best friend. Doubling down on sophistication and elegance, the Montblanc Bohéme is embellished with beautiful gems and polished guilloché dials.

With sculpted crowns, diamond bezels, and even a moon function, the Bohéme is both functional and lady-like. Its romantic twist on timepieces is what makes it a cut above the rest; even if it does follow tradition. 

Prices for the Montblanc Star 4810: The Elegant-Sporty Option for Men 

Montblanc men's watches do not need further introduction, and the common conundrum is which collection you should get a watch from. One of the top choices is the Montblanc Star 4810. This line of Montblanc men's watches is full of style, class, and grace, which are not common attributes to men’s watches. Not too arrogant, the Star Montblanc 4810 collection keeps to itself with its polished guilloche dials and ‘exploding star motif’. 

Sporting Roman numerals and regally colored hands, the Star Montblanc 4810 is not your typical men’s watch. This collection has a sheen to it, managing to balance modern features with classic finishing. Its casing, while simple, houses powerful engineering and inspired taste. A piece from this collection of Montblanc watches costs around $3,500 USD or more. 

Prices for the Montblanc 1858: Watches for the Adventurous at Heart 

Like the TimeWalker, the Montblanc 1858 collection takes inspiration from the Minerva manufacture. This time around, it is an ode to the business’s mountain exploration-friendly pocket watches and chronographs. These watches are no simple feat, as they stand on the shoulders of Minerva’s decades-old precision engineering.

The 1858 collection returns to nature with something to prove. This time around, watches have modern features that do common tasks extraordinarily well. These Montblanc watches are more accurate, precise, and able to survive extreme weather conditions. Its more recent additions can even withstand the bitter cold of the arctic glaciers. 

Borrowing from Minerva’s playbook of military pocket watches, most 1858 watches have Arabic indexes and railway minuterie tracks. If you want a watch that represents the yin and yang of horology, Montblanc watches under the 1958 collection are the way to go. Harmonious and daring, these watches cost anywhere between $3,500 USD to $7,000 USD. 

Prices for the Montblanc Heritage: Traditional Timepieces with a Modern Touch 

Montblanc Heritage watches do not further complicate craftsmanship. These are for those who want a simple and functional watch, point blank. However, these are also for those who value tradition, precision, and boldness. Such values are still important today, never going out of style. 

Again inspired by Minerva’s work in horology, specifically their wristwatches from the ‘40s to ‘50s, the Montblanc Heritage is a classic timepiece. These watches sport the elegance of the past without sacrificing the innovations of the present.

This collection boasts bold, modern colors, housed in a classic case. The Montblanc Heritage Manufacture Pulsograph, for example, has a rose gold case and a boldly colored dial going with it. The collection is also limited edition with only 100 pieces distributed worldwide. The price range for Montblanc watches under the Heritage collection will depend on the piece you are getting. Nevertheless, the prices for this collection are in the range of $2,600 USD to $5,000 USD.

Prices for the Montblanc Star: The Watch that Started It All Montblanc watches have had a relatively short history, debuting in 1997. Its very first watch collection is the Montblanc Star collection, making this the collection that started it all.

As with other luxury brands, the first collection is the ‘Star’ child amongst the others. Thus, it comes to no one’s surprise that the Star collection has been reinvented time and time again since 1997. The watches under this collection have gone from developing their first in-house chronograph movement to debuting the elegant Star Legacy. 

Montblanc prides itself on its in-house innovations. Inspired time and time again by Minerva, Star Montblanc watches intersect craftsmanship and tradition. Another strong inspiration for this collection are Montblanc’s pens. These were what the brand was most known for at the time. 

Monblanc watches from the Star collection have variety. These watches' numerals have gone from Arabic to Roman numerals. Some watches under this collection have a simple dial, others packed with many time zones and features. 

One thing binds the Star collection together, despite its consistent reinvention. These are its classic finishes, sophistication, and precision. These watches will cost around $1,500 USD to $2,500 USD. Star Legacy watches are more expensive at over $3,000 USD. 

Montblanc's Milestones and Innovations 

Montblanc has been championing artistry for a while, aligning with the brand’s values and philosophy. One of Montblanc’s biggest milestones is its Montblanc de la Culture Arts Patronage Award. This event has run for over two decades, and celebrates passionate artists from around the world. 

Such an event can only be done by an experienced brand, and that is precisely what Montblanc is. Beyond Montblanc watches, the brand also prides itself on high-quality craftsmanship of pens and leather goods. The brand is innovative in these pursuits too, creating a fountain pen that does not leak.

Montblanc watches, discussed above, are precisely engineered. They are designed to withstand harsh climates and survive even long board meetings. This standard challenged the brand to create the Montblanc Laboratory Test 500, which is one of its most cherished innovations. 

The Montblanc Laboratory Test 500 is a ‘rigorous testing procedure’ Montblanc watches undergo. Running for 500 hours, this testing climate double-checks the water resistance, settings, and minute details of each watch. It is only when the watch survives this testing that it is deemed ready for delivery.

A watch that passes all the quality controls of the brand will have a certificate with it. This is awarded by Montblanc’s Watch & Quality Excellence Centre in Le Locle, where advanced and traditional methods of watch making converge. 

Montblanc's Most Innovative and Popular Models 

Montblanc Heritage Spirit Orbis Terrarum 

Montblanc watches are nothing short of innovative. The Montblanc Orbis Terrarum is proof of this, giving you the privilege of tracking all of the world’s time zones on your wrist. In a 41mm case, take a look inside the realities of every inch of the planet. It also helps that this piece is refined, polished, and boasts an anti-reflective cambered sapphire crystal. 

Montblanc 1858 Geosphere and 1858 Automatic 24H watches

Another watch that packs a punch is Montblanc’s 1858 Geosphere. Its most recent version is still rooted in nature. The piece de resistance of this Geosphere is its two domed globes that show a 24-hour rotation. This timepiece is also not one to miss, shining in high-quality titanium. 

The 1958 collection also has an Automatic 24H watch, which is a 24-hour watch that can also function as a compass. Montblanc watches under the 1858 collection piece together the time puzzles of nature and direction. 

Montblanc TimeWalker Manufacture Chronograph

Racing is not only a day job or hobby. Some of the most high-intensity races happen at night, and this is what the TimeWalker Manufacture Chronograph is made for. With a SuperLumiNova® filling, this watch has day and night visibility. In other words, this watch can glow, making it easy for you to track your racing time no matter what environment you are in.

Coupled with shades of black and grey, this is a sophisticated watch and a modern marvel. It is not too heavily designed, and speaks for itself. This is a good addition to your collection of Montblanc Swiss watches.

Montblanc Heritage Pulsograph

With only 100 pieces in the world, Montblanc’s Heritage Pulsograph watches are one of the most coveted Montblanc watches in the world. Boasting a rose gold case and a brown dial, this is a limited-edition piece that captures the elegance and boldness of the Montblanc Heritage Spirit collection. 

Reasons to Buy a Montblanc Watch 

1. Tried and Tested 

Montblanc watches, whether they are for men or women, undergo rigorous testing. As mentioned above, the company founded its own standards for making timepieces. This is nothing short of great: in 500 hours, Montblanc is able to secure the quality of each watch. As a bonus, watches that pass the Montblanc Laboratory Test 500 even get certifications. Because of this, Montblanc watches give a whole new meaning to ‘tried and tested’.

2. Powerful and Inspiring

Many watches from the Montblanc collections boast powerful features. Some can tell the time in all corners of the world, while others can withstand the coldest climates. These establish Montblanc as one of a mountaineer’s most prized gadgets. It also goes without saying that Montblanc watches are inspiring. From the classic touches of the Minerva manufacture to the challenges of mother nature, Montblanc watches are unafraid to reinvent themselves again and again.

3. Aesthetic Value 

Montblanc watches have a particular sheen to them that isn’t the result of being arrogantly styled. Regardless, they do command a room, their bezels, diamonds, and bold styles (multilayered dials, 24h watches, and even glowing), making them a good statement piece for any look. This is why many well-known individuals sport Montblanc in red carpets, events, and other special celebrations. Such is the case especially for Montblanc men’s watches. 

Famous Patrons of Montblanc

Montblanc watches have had a handful of celebrity endorsers throughout the years. Most of these people are influential artists, particularly in the field of acting.

A resident Montblanc face is Hugh Jackman, an Australian actor best known for playing Wolverine in the X-men series and P.T. Barnum in The Greatest Showman. He has been Montblanc’s Global Brand Ambassador for almost a decade. Jackman wears his watches to red carpets and award shows. Sometimes, he even sports Montblanc in interviews, never missing a chance to gush about the precision and technicality of the brand.

Montblanc Swiss watches’ most recent ambassadors include actor Chen Kun and Taron Eagerton. Flipping the script a little, these people are also joined by Spike Lee, an Academy Award-winning director. From watches to haute pens, these people remain inspired by and inspire Montblanc watches.

The Art of Mountain Climbing 

Another influential person to sport Montblanc is Reinhold Messner, the first person to ever climb Mount Everest alone. While this is an incredible feat, it is important to note that he also did this without supplementary oxygen.

Watches under the Montblanc 1858 line are made to survive drastic weather conditions. Thus, Messner is the face for the Montblanc 1858 Geosphere Limited Edition. Even better, the watch is an homage to his adventurous spirit. Montblanc men’s watches under this line only have 262 pieces. 

Montblanc Watches on the Red Carpet 

Montblanc also has a reputation for being present on many red carpet premieres. In 2018, in fact, Montblanc was one of the most worn pieces during the Golden Globes. The brand is also notable for its presence in the 2017 Oscars. 

Golden Globes 

Starting off the roster of celebrities wearing Montblanc is none other than global ambassador Hugh Jackman. During the 2018 Golden Globes, Jackman wore a Montblanc Heritage Spirit Pulsograph watch and Montblanc cufflinks. Such a watch is known for its loaded rose gold features. 

Another actor that proudly wore Montblanc for the Golden Globes is Dwayne Johnson. Sporting the ExoTourbillon Slim watch from the Montblanc Star 4810 collection, he walked the red carpet with one of the world’s best tourbillons. 

Other notable names include Denzel Washington, who wore a Montblanc Star Classique. Actors Joseph Fiennes, Sebastian Stan, and Nick Robinson also wore Montblanc watches to the Golden Globes that night. The list of actors who wore a Montblanc watch and cufflink pair goes on, spanning more than 10 individuals. 

The Oscars 

Brothers Ben and Casey Affleck both donned Montblanc during the 2017 Oscars. Seen best on film’s most prestigious red carpet, Ben wore a special edition Roman Small Second “Carpe Diem” from the Montblanc Star collection. This watch is known for its pristine silver-white dial and 3D guilloché. Casey, on the other hand, wore Montblanc studs and cufflinks as he celebrated his big Oscar win that night.

“Moonlight” director Barry Jenkins also sported a Montblanc watch during the 2017 Oscars. He wore a Montblanc Star Classique, which Denzel Washington also wore during the 2018 Golden Globes. 

History of Montblanc 

Much of Montblanc’s watchmaking history roots itself in Minerva, a watch workshop in Saint-Imier valley. Beginning in 1858, Minerva rode the wave of horological innovation as a pioneer in the industry. The manufacture became one of the first plants to introduce pocket watches with crowns. This practice lives on until today, surviving over a century of timepiece innovation.

Many of Minerva’s practices carry over Montblanc’s watches. Now settled in Villeret, Minerva’s influence very much lives in Montblanc Swiss watches today. Such is present in Montblanc’s use of precise watches that measure even the smallest time intervals (1/100th of a second).

With Minerva and Montblanc, time is an exhibition of precision engineering and accuracy. This passion led the brand to become one of the world’s most beloved racing instruments---from professional watches that survive the worst climates, to stopwatches that capture the precision of time. Montblanc Swiss watches are made in Villeret and Le Locle today. 

Montblanc Watches: Challenging the Boundaries of Artistry and Adventure 

Montblanc watches are not for the faint of heart. They are for those with a lust for life, willing to challenge the boundaries of artistry and adventure. Through their watches, Montblanc tries to capture the human spirit. This is very much true with the Montblanc Heritage Spirit and the Montblanc 1858 line of watches. 

Beyond surviving the toughest climates and celebrating the diversity of time, Montblanc watches are also a sportsman’s reliable tool. Seeing as far as a hundredth of a second, these watches redefine precision and accuracy. 

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