Montblanc Meisterstuck perpetual calendar watch

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The per­pet­ual cal­en­dar watch Mont­blanc Meis­ter­stuck Cal­en­dar con­stantly dis­plays the exact date and requires no man­ual adjust­ment at the end of the month with less than 31 days or in leap years. Indeed, the mech­a­nism jumps directly from June 30 to July 1 or Feb­ru­ary 28 to March 1.

Montblanc Meisterstuck Heritage

This func­tion requires a large num­ber of flip cams and a refined design which enable mechan­i­cally pro­grammed dif­fer­ent month lengths and return­ing on Feb­ru­ary 29 every four years. If Mont­blanc Meis­ter­stuck Cal­en­dar has always reserve suf­fi­cient power, it will not require any man­ual cor­rec­tion before the year 2100. How­ever, if the watch has not been worn for a rel­a­tively long time, it is easy to quickly adjust the signs to the cur­rent date using small mark­ers hid­den in the mid­dle of the hous­ing. This time­piece with per­pet­ual cal­en­dar is dri­ven by the mechan­i­cal move­ment with auto­matic wind­ing cal­iber MB 29.15, which oscil­lates at a fre­quency of 28,800 vibra­tions per hour.

Dis­plays the Meis­ter­stuck Her­itage are har­mo­niously placed on the dial: the date at 3 o’clock, day of the week and the month 9:00 to 24:00. The leap-year cycle can be accessed using a blue tri­an­gle arranged on the inner scale dis­play the month as the leap year is high­lighted by a 4 digit red. At 6:00, the counter of the moon phase on its upper edge indi­cates the age of the moon expressed in num­ber of days.

The blued hands of cal­en­dar gen­tly con­trast with the color of a sil­ver domed dial with sun­ray pat­tern white. Golden hour and minute hands are in per­fect har­mony with the case diam­e­ter of 39 mm crafted in 18K red gold while the sap­phire crys­tal case­back reveals under the self-winding cal­iber 29.15 MB. This new time­less clas­sic is worn on a black alli­ga­tor strap with pin buckle in 18 carat red gold, which ties ele­gantly curved marry the cur­va­ture of the case.

Montblanc Meisterstuck Heritage

Each copy of this watch is sub­jected to exten­sive test­ing that extend not less than 500 hours in the Le Locle. This set of pro­ce­dures, spe­cially devel­oped by Mont­blanc, in par­tic­u­lar enables the errors in the accu­racy of the mea­sure­ment of time, the seal­ing per­for­mance under var­i­ous cir­cum­stances, the strength and func­tion­al­ity of the var­i­ous indi­ca­tions. It is only after meet­ing these strin­gent qual­ity require­ments that the time­piece is allowed to leave the fac­tory. Pass­ing this exam is attested by a cer­tifi­cate sup­plied with each watch to its new owner.

 

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