Montblanc Nicholas Case Collection

As a timeless work, Montblanc adheres to the ultimate pursuit of quality and respect for culture and tradition. Ten years ago, Montblanc, a 100-year-old luxury giant, entered the watchmaking world for the first time, and has performed well in the international market since then. The Montblanc watch factory in Le Locle, Switzerland has recently invested in the development of the first homemade movement, which is assembled in Among the newly released star Nicholas & bull; Kays single button chronograph.
Montblanc Star Nicolas & bull; Case single button chronograph creation inspiration (Montblanc Star Nicolas Rieussec Monopusher Chronograph)
In 1821, a king who loved horse racing for a long time was unable to record the time of horse racing, so he ordered his royal watchmaker & mdash; & mdash; an artisan named Nicolas Rieussec to make a timer for him For horse racing. After constant experimentation and exploration, a new type of timing device came out. It supports the clock movement in a wooden box. Two chronograph dials are embedded on the surface of the movement. There is a fixed scale needle on the surface of the dial. When the chronograph button is pressed, the scale needle squeezes out a drop of ink on the chronograph dial, so that people can be more accurate. To measure a specific period of time, such as the king’s horse racing record. And its inventor Nicolas Rieussec (Nicolas Rieussec) has therefore become a giant in the history of watchmaking, is revered as the father of timekeeping technology.
Montblanc Manufacture in Le Locle, Switzerland. The father of technology, Nicholas & bull; Case
Montblanc star Nicholas & bull; Kasch single-button chronograph is not only equipped with Montblanc’s first homemade movement, but also has a special historical significance: this new work named after the father of timekeeping technology Nicholas & bull; Kasch, as the father of time and timing Give a gift. Montblanc, as a manufacturer of top writing instruments, also developed its first movement, which contained the profound meaning of ‘writing time’, and also recorded culture and history.
Master craftsmanship interpretation of perfect timepieces
Montblanc’s first self-made movement star Nicholas & bull; Kayse single-button chronograph, with the brand’s first original homemade chronograph movement MB R100, all parts developed by the original factory, and carefully hand-inlaid by watchmakers; look around the watch Altar, the single-button chronograph of Montblanc’s first self-made movement star containing Montblanc’s traditional watchmaking craftsmanship, also draws inspiration from the concept of the dual chronograph dial of the year; this limited-production masterpiece is equipped with a double barrel With a power reserve of 72 hours, you can admire the perfect movement from the sapphire crystal case back.
The timing function of the MB R100 manual winding movement is controlled by a column wheel and a wear-resistant vertical clutch disc, which can be started for a long time without any hindrance; all timing procedures are controlled by a single button at the 8 o’clock position, and the mechanical structure is relatively rare. Knowing; the operation is very convenient: press the button to start two timers, press the second to stop both timers, and press the third time to reset the two timers in real time, and you can prepare to start the second timing task at any time.
This masterpiece is not only the brand’s testimony and commemoration of the history of the timepiece, but also a towering milestone in Montblanc’s fine watchmaking technology.
Montblanc-made MB R100 calibre Montblanc star Nicholas-Case single button chronograph