107068


Montblanc's Nicolas Rieussec chronographs not only pay homage to a famous name in watchmaking, they also highlight Rieussec’s decisive element: rotating discs for the elapsed seconds and minutes under fixed hands. On the Nicolas Rieussec Open Hometime, the off-centre subdial for the ordinary time has circular apertures on its hour-scale, behind which a partly skeletonised twelve-hour disc rotates to show the hour in a second time zone. Here too, the display relies on Rieussec’s principle of a rotating disc rather than a hand: this complex interplay of three rotating discs is an interesting technical solution that gives the watch unmistakable aesthetics and uses the dial as an integral part of the movement.

107068

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107068

14,600.00

Montblanc's Nicolas Rieussec chronographs not only pay homage to a famous name in watchmaking, they also highlight Rieussec’s decisive element: rotating discs for the elapsed seconds and minutes under fixed hands. On the Nicolas Rieussec Open Hometime, the off-centre subdial for the ordinary time has circular apertures on its hour-scale, behind which a partly skeletonised twelve-hour disc rotates to show the hour in a second time zone. Here too, the display relies on Rieussec’s principle of a rotating disc rather than a hand: this complex interplay of three rotating discs is an interesting technical solution that gives the watch unmistakable aesthetics and uses the dial as an integral part of the movement.

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