Introducing: The Montblanc 4810 ExoTourbillon Slim 110 Years Edition
The first new delivery is the 4810 ExoTourbillon Slim 110 Years Edition. The 42 mm white-gold case houses the type MB 29.24 programmed development, which is controlled by a miniature rotor interestingly. The ExoTourbillon actually works with a speedy stop-seconds, which is shown on the tourbillon confine by a red bolt. (For more data on the stop-seconds tourbillon see Jack’s entrancing article here .)
The dial of each piece from the Limited Edition 110 piece assortment is hand-painted with a guide of either the North American, European, or Asian mainlands. Each piece is in fact special as no two dials are by and large the equivalent. The general look is quite great and is suggestive of bygone times of pocket-watch enameling.
It is intriguing that a particularly intricate ExoTourbillon is in the 4810 assortment, which is normally held for chronographs. Estimating is TBD yet return for refreshed data and live pictures. You can visit the Montblanc site here .
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