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    For Anyone Who Doesn't Take Montblanc Seriously - This is Seriously Something Terrific!

    A beautiful and stunningly complicated watch from Montblanc. Makes me proud to strap a Montblanc to my wrist, even if it is powered by an ETA workhorse movement. This one however, doesn't sport a plebeian movement. Nope, it sure does not!

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    Re: For Anyone Who Doesn't Take Montblanc Seriously - This is Seriously Something Terrific!

    Would be very hard to call that pedestrian.
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    Re: For Anyone Who Doesn't Take Montblanc Seriously - This is Seriously Something Terrific!

    Damn. Not my style, but, damn.
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    Re: For Anyone Who Doesn't Take Montblanc Seriously - This is Seriously Something Terrific!

    Woah...
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    Re: For Anyone Who Doesn't Take Montblanc Seriously - This is Seriously Something Terrific!

    Acquiring Minerva was the best decision Montblanc ever made. That watch is hideous, but I'd still wear it!

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    Yes please, I'll take five.
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    Re: For Anyone Who Doesn't Take Montblanc Seriously - This is Seriously Something Terrific!

    Quote Originally Posted by ImitationOfLife View Post
    Acquiring Minerva was the best decision Montblanc ever made. That watch is hideous, but I'd still wear it!
    It's not my style either, but strap one to my wrist I surely would. Yes indeedy!!
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    Re: For Anyone Who Doesn't Take Montblanc Seriously - This is Seriously Something Terrific!

    Montblanc has really been stepping up their game in recent years.

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    Re: For Anyone Who Doesn't Take Montblanc Seriously - This is Seriously Something Terrific!

    Masterfully crafted, I'm sure, but boy is that hideous.
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    Re: For Anyone Who Doesn't Take Montblanc Seriously - This is Seriously Something Terrific!

    To me Montblanc watches are bordering on the steampunk trend, I know they're going for the opposite but they're kind of anti-establishment right now.

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