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Since travel has sort of been a given, often dictated by watch fairs or joining a friend's adventure, I took it for granted Enter the Montblanc 1858 Geosphere, a very cool dual-hemisphere world time watch that just received an update during Watches & Wonders 2020, inspiring me to daydream about seeing the world again What takes the 1858 Geosphere into another league is the new brushed titanium case, which turns what was more of a sport-oriented travel watch into much more of a tool watch, something fitting even more succinctly with the "Theme" of the Geosphere, which is a tribute to mountaineering and the seven summits.
The 1858 Geosphere demonstrates that there are other categories that can produce a winning tool watch, including a dual time zone world timer, something that would not first come to mind Out of all the luxury product names to enter the watch industry, Montblanc has probably met with the most resistance in proportion to its efforts to make fantastic watches The new 1858 Geosphere in titanium is a model I'm predicting will become a top seller, not just because many gravitate toward blue styling on watches, but because at $6,200 for the bracelet version this watch represents great value for a watch that should last for the rest of your life.
Wowza Factor * 8.1 Getting the travel bug from the dial of a watch definitely will make you go wow! . More
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