Montblanc proudly presents yacht owner’s dream – Horloge de Marine Nautical Regulator. Limited to only sixteen specimens, it comes with a wristwatch as a pair, and will be available in Montblanc boutiques and jewelers in selected in June 2012, and of them, eight sets with red gold wristwatch chronographs and eight more with gold wristwatch chronographs in white boxes.
This nautical regulator and wristwatch is ideal for yacht owners, who appreciate the high quality horology. The dimensions and materials of the Montblanc Horloge de Marine Nautical Regulator will certainly entice curious views of the yacht owners and watch aficionados around the globe. The clock is 93 cm tall, 56 cm in diameter and weighs 120 kilograms. It rests atop a base made of granite, solid brass, aluminum and carbon fiber. Its clockwork has-beens manufactured from the finest steel, brass and ruby in agreement with all the rules and usages of the watchmaker’s art. The heavy granite base with gently curved aluminum and carbon-fiber struts guarantee that this noble clock stands as solidly as a rock, regardless of where it is. Even when the yacht leans to one side, the clock and data and identify the horizontal restes ship’s heeling with a downwardly pointing arrow we scale from 0 to 27 degrees: a perfect symbiosis of aesthetic form and nautical function.
The face beneath the domed crystal is mostly highly patterned dial the after the regulator of the nautical wristwatch, the goal much larger size of this clock’s face provides ample space for three time zones. The time of departure in the harbor is shown on a 24-hour subdial at the “9″; the time in the port of destination appears on another 24-hour subdial at the “3″ and the current local time is indicated on the dial hand, which is arranged in classical fashion with a wide regulator minute-hand from the center and a subdial for the hours at the “12.” Immediately Alongside it is the small seconds display. Blue LED lighting bathes the set in entire seductive, mysteriously shimmering light. The balance and Its spring, which oscillate at the frequency of classical unhurried goal 2.5 Hz (18,000 semi-oscillations per hour), are visible year-through aperture in the dial at 1 o `clock. Beside local time, port departure time and port arrival time, it also features GMT, day/night indicator and power reserve indicator.
Montblanc Horloge de Marine Nautical Regulator uses Swiss manual-wind Montblanc in-house calibre movement with 13 jewels, it boasts of a power reserve of 360 hours (15 days). [Montblanc]