Classic Heritage Montblanc Meisterstaff Collection Moon Phase Watch

The moon phase display has always been one of the classic complication features favored by watch lovers. The moon phase function not only has an exquisite mechanical structure, it is also famous for its poetic exquisite design. The Montblanc Meisterstück Heritage Moon Phase watch features a moon phase display disc combined with a date indicator and is paired with classic blue steel hands. The traditional moon phase display disc is presented through the “dual bubble” hollow arched window of the date sub-dial, showing the wonderful transition of the moon phase over time.

  This moon phase watch inherits the design features of the Montblanc Meisterstuck heritage. The case with a diameter of 39 mm is made of 18K rose gold, and the side of the case is straight and vertical, and is polished with horizontal matt. The slender, convex bezel is mirror-polished to highlight the slightly arched decorative dial. The hour markers on the dial are set with multi-face-cut inlaid hour markers. The 12 o’clock position is decorated with the Roman numeral ‘XII’ and is accompanied by the toffee hour and minute hands.

  Driving the hands precisely is the Calibre MB29.14 automatic movement inside the watch. Through the sapphire crystal glass on the bottom of the case, the automatic rotor of the movement and the balance wheel vibrating at 4 Hz are all visible.

  The Montblanc Meisterstück Heritage Moon Phase watch features a large black checkered crocodile leather strap with 18K rose gold buckle, creating a classic and timeless look for the watch. The watch will be officially launched in the summer of 2014. The stainless steel model is priced at 3,490 euros and the 18K rose gold model is priced at 11,500 euros.

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