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Montblanc Celebrates with the Villeret Tourbillon Bi-Cylindrique

By Victor Baker


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Villeret Tourbillon Bi-Cylindrique

The Villeret Tourbillon Bi-Cylidrique 110 Years Anniversary Limited Edition is a new, wonderful surprise from Montblanc, designed to pay tribute to exactly 110 years of superb craftsmanship coming from the renowned German manufacturer of luxury goods.

The bespoke in-house timepiece reveals the brand’s dedication for high-end wristwatches once again. Inspired by the maison‘s first fountain pen series, the “Rouge et Noir,” Montblanc’s new watch will impress you with the serpentine motif, featuring a seductive snake that coils around the face.

Housed within a 52 mm case, in brilliant 18k red gold with a domed sapphire crystal, this piece shows off a hand-engraved anthracite serpent – integrated into the bezel. The time is shown in a beautiful Heures Mystérieuses complication, which looks amazing, to say the least.

Villeret Tourbillon Bi-Cylindrique

This opulent piece will stand out even from a selected crowd, like Montblanc’s most recent releases. The special Villeret Tourbillon Bi-Cylindrique 110 Years Anniversary is powered by Montblanc’s manually wound Cailbre MB M65.63, which runs at 18,000 bph (2.5Hz) and features a 46-hour power reserve.

The extraordinary one-minute tourbillon is constructed from 95 hand-chamfered, bevelled, angled, and polished elements, the result of true dedication from the German label.

Montblanc continues to innovate while retaining their heritage and extreme attention to detail, a statement supported by this spectacular watch, that’s going to be produced in a limited run of just three pieces. Complemented by a sultry black leather strap, this watch will come with a 280,000 EUR price-tag.

Villeret Tourbillon Bi-Cylindrique


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About Victor Baker

Victor has always been a big fan of cars, which is why he’s so proud to call himself a genuine petrolhead these days. His love actually stemmed from his father, who was an automotive engineer. Today, he loves to write down everything that comes to mind, car-related or not, and when he really gets down to it, he pretty much becomes one with his laptop.

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