The chronograph Montblanc 1858 monopusher is one of the Maison's technical pillars. In this new version, Montblanc. reinterprets a historic chronograph Minerva with its caliber 13,20 from the 30s. As on the original watch, the Monopusher chronograph Part 1858 it features a black dial with a beige track, as well as two counters at three and nine o'clock.

Paired with the overall vintage design, other details include a telemetry scale, numbers SuperLumiNova® Beige colored, cathedral shaped rose gold coated hands which are also always highlighted with a touch of SuperLumiNova® beige in color for better visibility at night.

In the line dedicated to Spirit of Mountain Exploration, the watches are supplied in a 42mm case made with a special bronze alloy that evolves over time and forms a patina. The watch is completed by a special engraving "Spirit of Mountain Exploration”On the back of the case.

Il 1858 Monopusher Chronograph Limited Edition 1858 presents the caliber MB. 25.12 indicating elapsed time with a central second hand and a 30-minute counter, both with white-colored hands to create a contrast to the black dial and allow for better readability of the function. Start, stop and reset can be activated via a single push button integrated into the crown.

The watch is available with a new strap NATO matching beige color, made in a traditional 150 year old strap workshop located in France.

However, Montblanc created two other unnumbered models, made of stainless steel. The first is equipped with a new stainless steel bracelet made up of a combination of two different link shapes: shiny central links in the shape of rice grains and rectangular satin links on the outside. The second, on the other hand, comes with an aged cognac-colored calfskin strap.