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    Interesting - Montblanc's Journey Into High Horology

    Thought this was an interesting read about Montblanc and how they wound up in the Horology world:

    http://www.watchtime.com/downloads/m...eid=e642645067
    B&M Capeland Flyback/Muhle Glashutte 29er Big/Grand Seiko SBGR083/JeanRichard Aquascope/UTS 1000m V2/Ebel 1911 BTR Cal137/Jaeger LeCoultre Reverso/Lew & Huey Acionna



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    I much prefer the watches to the pens...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tribe125 View Post
    I much prefer the watches to the pens...
    I'm just not a luxury pen guy. Standard office pens are usually just fine for me. But I owned a Montblanc Star GMT and sold it to fund another watch. I have a feeling a Montblanc will wind it's way to my wrist again in the future.
    B&M Capeland Flyback/Muhle Glashutte 29er Big/Grand Seiko SBGR083/JeanRichard Aquascope/UTS 1000m V2/Ebel 1911 BTR Cal137/Jaeger LeCoultre Reverso/Lew & Huey Acionna



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    I have owned a Montblanc before. They make fantastic watches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tribe125 View Post
    I much prefer the watches to the pens...
    Agreed. For a "nice" pen go Cartier or Dupont.




    But on topic, yeah, it's an interesting rise up, and they make some interesting watches for sure.

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