Montblanc 4810 Day-Date
The Montblanc 4810 Day-Date is enriching the pioneering collection for the modern traveller. This highly functional wristwatch features a date at 3 o’clock and the day written in full in a large arched aperture at 12 o’clock, allowing the user to read the information at a glance. The hours and minutes are indicated with red gold-plated, regate shaped hands that have been enhanced with SuperLumiNova and point to red gold-plated Roman numerals. The second hand has been crafted out of blued steel and follows a precise minute track that runs around the outside of the dial with red numerals for the “30” and “60” and SuperLumiNova dots to highlight the impair hours for improved reading at night. All these indications are presented on an elegant silvery-white guilloché dial that depicts the lines of the famous Montblanc star.
The 40.5 mm stainless steel case comes with a height of 10.14 mm and includes a refined satin finishing on the outside edge of the bezel and newly designed lugs that offer improved comfort on the wrist. The case is also water-resistance to 50 meters—a first for one of the Maison’s Day-Date timepieces.
Montblanc 4810 Chronograph Automatic
Powered by Montblanc’s self-winding MB 25.07 calibre, with a 46-hour power reserve, this integrated two-pusher chronograph indicates central hours and minutes, seconds in a subdial at 9 o’clock, date in a subdial at 6 o’clock with a triangle indicator, chronograph seconds hand in the centre, 30-minute chronograph counter at 12 o’clock and hour chronograph counter at 6 o’clock—all perfectly balanced across its refined guilloché dial.
For maximum legibility, the timing functions—hour and minute hands, seconds hand and date triangle—have been crafted out of red gold, while the chronograph hands are all in blue, with a red-tipped blue hand for the central chronograph seconds hand. Night reading is also possible thanks to SuperLumiNova enhanced hour and minute hands and SuperLumiNova dots on the precise minute track and on the date triangle. The minute track also includes a red “30” and “60” for improved readability during the day.