The Montblanc Star Legacy Nicolas Rieussec Chronograph 43mm pays tribute to the inking chronograph invention first tested by Nicolas Rieussec in 1821 in Paris and validated by the Académie des Sciences. This new iteration comes in a 43mm stainless steel case with a gray and blue dial. Clou de Paris motifs can be found on the dial, oscillating weight, and blue textile strap that are reminiscent of Paris's cobbled streets. Functions include a chronograph, day & night indication, second time zone, and a date. The timepiece is powered by the MB R200 Montblanc Manufacture monopusher chronograph movement.
Movement Type : Automatic, self-winding
Movement Caliber : MB R200
Movement Screw Balance : Yes
Bridges : Rhodium-plated with "Côtes de Genève"
Going train : Special toothing for more efficient power transmission
Number of components :
Complications : Chronograph with 60-second and 30-minute counters; Dual time with day/night indication; Date by disc
Case Material : Stainless Steel
Dial : Silvery-white colored "Clou de Paris" dial with blue indexes and chronograph counters.
Anti-Scratch Crystal : Yes
Crystal Shape : Domed
Crystal Description : Sapphire crystal case back
Crystal Type : Sapphire
Crown : Stainless steel with Montblanc emblem
Distance Between Horns : 0.83 inches
Water Resistant : 5 bar (50 m) bar
Case Back Material : Stainless steel case
Bracelet Color : Blue
Case Diameter : 1.69 inches
Bezel Material : Stainless Steel