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Montblanc Star Watches: Artisanal Dress Watches 

Known for its superior craftsmanship and distinctive design, Montblanc brings to life a line of the best dress watches out there with the Montblanc Star. Boasting an air of understated extravagance, the Montblanc Star collection is perfect for those looking for a luxurious timepiece that is not too showy. Admittedly, this range of Montblanc watches isn’t as coveted as some of the other collections from the brand. Nevertheless, for those who know how to truly appreciate the art form of watchmaking, it is the perfect family of timepieces. Famous patrons of the Montblanc Star include Golden Globe and Oscar winner Denzel Washington, Oscar nominee Chiwetel Ejiofor, and actor Miles Teller. Indeed, it’s easy to see why this line of Montblanc watches is favored among these big names. The timepieces in the Star collection feel neither too vintage nor too trendy. It is a line that goes beyond fashion trends. 

Price List at a Glance

Model

Price (Approx.)

Features

Montblanc Star Ref. 108764

$2,299 USD

  • Polished stainless steel case and bracelet
  • Silver Mother-of-Pearl dial
  • Date window 
Montblanc Star Ref. 107072

$2,369 USD

  • Silver sterling case with a fixed bezel
  • Domed sapphire crystal
  • Black dial
  • Automatic movement
Montblanc Star Ref. 108770

$1,469 USD

  • Stainless steel case 
  • Fixed bezel
  • Silvery white dial
  • Date window
  • Quartz movement
Montblanc Star Ref. 108765

$1,549 USD

  • Polished stainless steel case 
  • White alligator skin strap
  • White Mother-of-Pearl dial 
  • Date window
Montblanc Star Ref. 108769

$1,379 USD

  • Silver stainless steel case  
  • Black alligator strap
  • Black dial
  • Quartz movement 
Montblanc Star Ref. 106466

$ 4,500 USD

  • Stainless steel case 
  • Fixed stainless steel bezel
  • Brown alligator skin strap
  • Silver dial
  • Chronograph functions
Montblanc Star Ref. 107114

$3,130 USD

  • Polished stainless steel case 
  • Silver dial blue steel 
  • Minute and second tracker 
Montblanc Star Roman Quantième Complet “Carpe Diem” Special Edition Ref. 113691

$5,700 USD

  • Silvery-white guilloche dial 
  • Date scale 
  • Day and month displays
  • Moonphase indicator
  • Montblanc Calibre MB 29.12
  • Automatic movement
Montblanc Star Roman Quantième Complet “Carpe Diem” Special Edition Ref. 113880

$5,600 USD

  • UTC chronograph functions
  • Three subdials 
  • Date window 
  • GMT second timezone
  • 24-hour scale 
Montblanc Star Roman Quantième Complet “Carpe Diem” Special Edition Ref. 113879

$3,600 USD

  • Silvery-white guilloche dial 
  • Date window 
  • Small 60-seconds subdial 
  • 24-hour scale 

How much is a Montblanc Star watch?

Montblanc first debuted in the watchmaking industry back in the mid-1990s. However, its roots lay in the creation of Haute pens. The artisanal quality offered in these Montblanc pens was later carried over to the brand’s line of timepieces.

The Star collection is one of the most underrated watches from the brand, which is not surprising, since it seems to frequently be overshadowed by its sibling collections. However, for those who truly know how to appreciate the value of expert craftsmanship and the power of a great understated timepiece, this collection may just be the one for you. 

So, how much is a watch from the Montblanc Star collection? Pricing for these timepieces varies depending on the model and functions it comes with.

Star Quartz

The Montblanc Star line is one of the brand’s only collections to feature quartz watches. One of the most popular models in this range is the Montblanc Star Quartz Ref. 108770. This elegant Montblanc quartz watch comes in a 39mm polished silver case on a classic brown leather strap. The silvery-white dial features applied index hour markers, except for the 12 o’clock marker, which takes the form of the Arabic numeral 12. Above the 6 o’clock position of this watch lays a date display window that is discreet yet functional. The Montblanc Star Quartz Ref. 108770 will set you back around $1,469 USD.

On the other hand, the Montblanc Star Quartz Ref. 108769 is a quartz watch that possesses a handful of the same features of the Ref. 108770, but with a darker aesthetic. Instead of the silver-white dial, this Montblanc quartz timepiece features a black dial with silver-tone hands and index hour markers. Moreover, instead of a brown leather strap, this dress watch comes with a black one. The Ref. 108769 boasts a slightly more accessible price point of $1,379 USD.

Now, for ladies looking for a timeless quartz dress watch, the Montblanc Star Ref. 108765 is the perfect luxury timepiece for you. This Montblanc quartz watch comes in a clean and sleek 34mm stainless steel case. Its white mother-of-pearl dial makes a statement of pure elegance that goes beyond fashion trends. The dial features applied rose gold-plated indices and an Arabic 12 o’clock hour marker. This Montblanc Star watch also comes with polished rose gold-plated hands that perfectly compliment the clean look of the white dial. Completing this stylish ladies’ watch is a feminine white leather strap with a pin buckle. This Star Quartz Ref. 108765 costs around $1,549 USD. 

Star Small Second

For those looking for more than the standard hours and minutes functions in a dress watch, the Montblanc Star Ref. 113879 is the timepiece for you. Part of the Montblanc Star Roman Carpe Diem Special Edition sub-collection, this model features a small 60-second sub-dial just above the 6 o’clock position.

On top of that, this Montblanc Star watch features a silvery-white guilloche dial with rose gold-plated Roman numeral hour indices. It also comes with an external 24-hour scale and a date aperture at the 3 o’clock position.

Ticking away inside this timepiece is the Caliber MB 24.16, an automatic movement with a power reserve of 38 hours. The Caliber MB 24.16 is enclosed in a 39mm stainless steel case with a sapphire crystal on the front and back. Wondering how much will you need to spend to get your hands on the Ref. 113879? This Montblanc Star automatic timepiece will set you back by around $3,600 USD.

Montblanc Star Date Automatic

Moving on to other Montblanc automatic watches, the Star collection also has several timepieces with date functions that run on automatic movements.

One of the best Montblanc automatic watches from this family of timepieces is the Montblanc Star Date Automatic Ref. 107316. This round 39mm wristwatch comes in a stainless steel case with a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal on a matching stainless steel bracelet. Powering the Ref. 107316 is the Montblanc Caliber MB 24.09 that has a 42-hour power reserve. Functions of this Montblanc watch include a minute and second tracker around the perimeter of the dial and a date display window at the 3 o’clock position.

In terms of aesthetics, the guilloche-textured starburst pattern on the silver dial gives it a more versatile look. What’s more, the blue steel hands of this Montblanc Star timepiece also perfectly contrast the applied black Arabic numeral markers for optimal legibility. This luxury men’s watch features a price tag of around $3,275 USD.

Another popular model from this range is the Montblanc Star Date Automatic Ref. 105961. Priced at $3,165 USD, it is slightly less expensive than the Ref. 107316. However, this model of the Montblanc Star still features the same versatile starburst design that’s perfect for all black-tie occasions. It comes in a 39mm stainless steel case with a fixed bezel on a steel bracelet. The silver guilloche dial features gold-plated hands and hour markers, although, Arabic numerals can be found at the 3, 9, and 12 o’clock positions. There’s also a minute tracker around the outer rim of the dial. The date display window on this Montblanc Star watch can be found at 6 o’clock.

Montblanc Star Classique Automatique 

Less is more is the perfect saying when it comes to the Montblanc Star Classique Automatique range of timepieces. Boasting minimalistic designs, these Montblanc watches feature simple dials that exclude the date display window altogether. Instead, it features the simple necessities of timekeeping such as the hours, minutes, and small seconds complications.

A popular model from this range is the Montblanc Star Classique Automatique Ref. 107072, which comes in a 39mm stainless steel case. The rhodium-plated feuille hands of this watch perfectly offset its glossy black dial. Meanwhile, the silver-colored indices and Arabic numeral hour markers are not just functional, but are also aesthetically pleasing to look at. Powering this Montblanc Star watch is the Caliber 4810/408 movement, which you can admire through a sapphire crystal case back. This Montblanc Star automatic men’s watch will cost you an estimated $2,369 USD.

Another highly sought-after model is the Montblanc Star Classique Automatique Ref. 107076. Priced at around $10,800 USD, it is one of the most expensive Montblanc watches in this collection. It comes in an exquisite 18K red gold case with rose gold-tone feuille-style hands and index hour markers on a white dial. Ticking away inside this luxury timepiece is the Montblanc Caliber MB 24.08, which has a substantial power reserve of 42 hours and has a frequency of 4 Hz.

Montblanc Star Chronograph Watches

The Montblanc Star collection also includes a range of chronographs which provide other useful functions besides just telling time. This includes the Montblanc Star Chronograph Ref. 106466, which comes in a 38mm stainless steel case on a brown alligator leather strap. This midsized Montblanc Star Chronograph features a silvery-white guilloche dial with contrasting luminous blue hands and black Arabic numeral hour markers. Around the outer perimeter of the dial, you can find a minute/second and fractions-of-a-second tracker, with the 15, 30, 45, and 60 positions printed in bright red.

The Ref. 106466 offers robust features such as a day and date display window at 3 o’clock, and a central seconds hand with a tip painted red. It also comes with three subdials: a 30-minute subdial at the 12 o’clock position, a small-second subdial at the 9 o’clock position, and lastly the 12-hour sundial at the 6 o’clock marker. The Montblanc logo is also subtly engraved into the 12-hour sundial with a guilloche-textured pattern. The Ref. 106466 comes with a price point of around $4,500 USD. 

Another complex Montblanc chronograph is the Montblanc Star Chronograph Ref. 113880. Not only does this timepiece come with chronograph functions but it also has a handy dual time zone feature

This 4 mm watch comes with a silvery-white dial that’s housed in a matching stainless steel case on a black alligator leather strap. At the heart of this Montblanc Star Chronograph is the Caliber MB 25.03, an automatic movement with approximately 46 hours of power reserve.

The three subdials of this watch are, as usual, placed at the 6, 9, and 12 o’clock positions while the date display window can be found at 3 o’clock. The second time zone is indicated using a 24-hour marker printed around the outer rim of the dial. The blued central hand is used to tell time in the second time zone, making this Montblanc Star watch perfect for frequent globetrotters. This special edition timepiece will set you back by around $5,600 USD.

Star Moon Phase Watches

Another timepiece from the Carpe Diem Special range is the Montblanc Star Moon Phase Ref. 113691, which features a moon phase indicator at the 6 o’clock position. This design perfectly balances out the overall look of the dial, especially with the date and month display window being located at 12 o’clock. The Ref. 113691 also features minute markers and a date scale around the outer rim of its silver-white guilloche dial. Its rose gold-plated feuille-style hands and Roman numeral hour markers add an air of elegance to the watch’s overall look.

At the heart of this watch is the Calibre MB 29.12, an automatic movement that has a power reserve of approximately 42 hours. You can admire this calibre through the Ref. 113691’s transparent case back. This gorgeous timepiece retails at approximately $5,700 USD. 

Montblanc Star – Is it a Good Investment?

When it comes to investing in luxury watches, you always have to consider its functionality, style, and brand heritage. Despite not originally being known for timepieces, Montblanc has, over time, earned a reputation as one of the best luxury watch manufacturers in the industry. Popular with experienced watch aficionados, Montblanc watches rose to prominence thanks to their sophisticated designs and precise timekeeping. Of course, the Montblanc Star collection is no exception. 

Unfortunately, in terms of value retention, Montblanc Star watches are not always the best investment pieces. You can purchase pre-owned quartz watches from this collection with basic complications for around $600 USD on the second-hand market. Meanwhile, prices for pre-owned timepieces with more complicated functions start at around $1,400 USD. Of course, this still depends on the overall condition of the timepieces.

Montblanc Star's History and Design Details

This family of timepieces boasts simple and elegant designs that place class and refinement front and center. Even its more complex models still boast minimalistic looks and exquisite craftsmanship. As such, Montblanc Star watches are really the perfect entry-level luxury watches. Despite all this, however, it is one of the most overlooked Montblanc collections.

The Star collection is actually one of the most historically significant lines of Montblanc watches. Launched in 1997, it was the first-ever watch collection launched by Montblanc when they started venturing into manufacturing luxury watches. Since then, the brand has released more iconic timepieces with in-house movements, catapulting itself towards the forefront of the watchmaking industry.

Over time, the Montblanc Star collection has also evolved in terms of both design and complications, although it retains some classic details that are truly part of the Montblanc DNA. These include the round case with a domed sapphire crystal, the elegantly Montblanc emblem on the onion-shaped crown, and the stylised font used for Arabic numeral hour markings. Even the feuille-style hour and minute hands remain consistent throughout the Star collection.

Five Reasons to Buy a Montblanc Star Watch 

  1. 1. The Star family of watches is Montblanc's first-ever watch collection, released in 1997. Pioneering the Montblanc watch legacy, this pioneering timepiece from the brand was showcased during the Salon de International de Haute Horlogerie in Geneva, giving it a place in Montblanc history that cannot be ignored.
  2. 2. Despite being a newcomer in the watchmaking industry, Montblanc has displayed an impressive array of horological skills. This is evident in the way they combine traditional Swiss watchmaking techniques with innovative designs and functions.
  3. 3. Even before Montblanc ventured into watchmaking, the brand had already established itself as a household name when it came to luxury gifts and other goods. Its brand reputation easily carries over to its collection of watches. Thus, we are given watches that embody the elegance and simplicity of Montblanc tradition, but are still made with modern, superior expertise.
  4. 4. Founded in 1906, Montblanc has over 100 years of experience in delivering its customers traditional craftsmanship and artistry in their products.
  5. 5. Every Star timepiece carries a distinct design that is quintessentially Montblanc.

Famous Patrons of the Montblanc Star Collection

Denzel Washington

Montblanc Star watches made several appearances during the 2018 Golden Globe Awards. The ever-dignified actor Denzel Washington wore the Montblanc Star Classique Automatique Ref. 107072 when he walked down the red carpet with his wife, actress Pauletta Washington. 

Chiwetel Ejiofor

We have spotted this Oscar nominee wearing Montblanc Star timepieces on the red carpet on numerous occasions. This BAFTA winner was photographed wearing a Montblanc Star Roman when he walked down the red carpet during the 2014 Academy Awards. That same year, he wore a Montblanc Star 4810 Chronograph Automatic during the Independent Spirit Awards. 

Miles Teller

Known for his roles in films like The Spectacular Now and the Divergent series, Miles Teller has made some impressive turns in the industry. While promoting the superhero movie Fantastic Four during the 2015 Comic-Con in San Diego, Teller was spotted wearing a Montblanc Star Classique Automatic timepiece. The specific model that the actor wore featured an 18K rose gold case and bezel with a brown alligator leather strap. The rose gold-plated hands and hour markers perfectly complemented the white dial of this Montblanc watch.

Joseph Fiennes

Another actor who wore a Montblanc Star timepiece during the 2018 Golden Globe Awards is Joseph Fiennes. Like Denzel Washington, this English actor wore the Montblanc Star Classique Ref. 107072. It seems like this particular Montblanc automatic model is quite popular among world-renowned actors. 

Nick Robinson

Nick Robinson is another notable actor who was spotted wearing a Montblanc Star watch. During the Golden Globe Awards in 2018, this Love Simon cast member sported a Montblanc Star Classique Automatic timekeeper with an exquisite flinqué guilloché dial. 

Montblanc Star Timepieces: Modern Heirlooms

Every one of Montblanc’s watches is made with expert craftsmanship and delicate artistry. The Montblanc Star collection is no exception, boasting unmistakable artisanal attention to detail. However, it’s not only about the aesthetics, but also about the expertise in traditional Swiss watchmaking Montblanc has, which has allowed these watches to provide wearers with exemplary performances. From automatic timepieces to traditional quartz movements, every single Montblanc Star watch presents itself as an undeniably timeless classic.

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