Montblanc Heritage Chronometrie ExoTourbillon Chronograph combines two of the most important chronometric complications: a chronograph to measure the duration of brief intervals and a patented tourbillon construction for absolute precision.
Montblanc debuted the patented ExoTourbillon mechanism, which was completely developed and built in the Manufacture in Villeret, as part of the Collection Villeret in 2010. Now Montblanc integrates this complication into its own monopusher automatic chronograph calibre in the Montblanc Heritage Chronometrie Collection.
Different from the other models in the Monblanc Heritage Chronometrie Collection, the Montblanc ExoTourbillon Chronograph relies on a slightly different case construction. The bezel is not flat, but concave, which creates an attractive aesthetic effect and simultaneously protects the bezel against scratches. The facetted horns are satin-finished on the inside and polished on the outside.
Montblanc’s emblem, crafted as a distinctive relief atop the crown is a distinguishing feature of the entire collection. The leather strap is made at the Montblanc Pelletteria, the Maison’s own leather manufacture in Florence , Italy. This timepiece is available in a 44-mm-diameter case crafted from 18K red gold.