Reference: 114856

Men’s watch
Automatic watch, Chronograph

Montblanc 4810

Masculine elegance and maximum functionality are characteristic of the watches in the Montblanc 4810 Collection, which have been designed for the modern traveller. This wristwatch, which combines performance with top-quality craftsmanship, is powered by the precision self-winding calibre MB 25.07 with double push-piece chronograph. It is embedded in a generous, striking case whose dial is captivating with its functional construction and harmonious proportions. For optimum readability, the time display is distinguished from the chronograph function by differently coloured hands. While the central seconds and minute hands of the chronograph at 12 and 6 o'clock are blue, the small seconds at 9 o'clock and the central regatta hands for the hours and minutes of the time display are red gold-plated. The latter also have a Super-LumiNova coating so that they can be read in the dark. The date is indicated by a triangle with a red-gold-plated edge at 6 o'clock. For easier timekeeping, the minute ring on the dial edge at 30 and 60 seconds has red markers. Decorated with the motif of an exploding Montblanc emblem, the silver-white dial features applied red-gold-plated Roman numerals and indices. The 43 mm stainless steel case features straight horns and a narrow bezel with a satin-finished edge. It is rounded off by a stainless steel bracelet with polished outer and satin-finished central links.

€ 4.530,00


  • Material: Stainless steel
  • Colour: Silver
  • Diameter: 43 mm
  • Case thickness: 13.68 mm
  • Water resistance: 5 bar
  • Domed sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating
  • Movement: Automatic
  • Power reserve: Approx. 46 hours
  • Frequency: 28.800/h, 25 Jewels
  • Colour: Silver/White
  • Index: Silvery-white guilloché dial with rose gold-coated Roman numerals and indexes
  • Material: Stainless steel
  • Colour: Silver
  • Strap width: 22/20 mm
  • Clasp: Triple folding clasp
  • Hours
  • Minutes 
  • Small seconds 
  • Calendar aperture
  • Chronogragh
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