Montblanc Women’s Diamond Watch
Quality quartz movement
18K white gold case (23 x 35mm) set with 109 top Wesselton VVS color diamonds (0.382 carats); anti-reflective and wear-resistant arched sapphire crystal glass
White mother-of-pearl dial set with a Montblanc star diamond (0.1088 carats) and 91 top Wesselton VVS color diamonds (0.273 carats)
18K white gold crown set with a Montblanc star diamond (0.055 carats)
18K white gold strap set with 282 top Wesselton VVS diamonds (1.169 carats), triple folding clasp
Water-resistant to 30 meters
Montblanc made in Switzerland
I sorted out the data in my hand a few days ago and found a ‘group photo’ of an Oyster Perpetual Submarine Watch manufactured by Rolex in 1953, 1959 and 1983, respectively, the same model as in 2009 Watches are compared. Although the time span is more than 50 years, only minor changes have been made. The layman looks busy, and the layman looks at the doorway. I think this sentence is most appropriate for describing Rolex watches. Those who really know how to appreciate Rolex watches must pay attention to every detail of the appearance; as for the good movement, they are gradually realized over the course of long-term wear.
As far as this Oyster Perpetual Sea-Dweller DEEPSEA with a waterproof depth of 3900 meters is concerned, it is probably the most important work of Rolex in recent years, but it is still using the 3135 movement. However, the current 3135 is incomparable to that of 1987. At least the application of Parachrom hairspring has improved its shock resistance and anti-magnetism. This is exactly the value of Rolex. Many of its improvements are ‘recessive’, and you can’t feel it without wearing it. A Rolex watch fan a few days ago said that one of his Rolex watches has been worn for more than 9 years and has never been washed and maintained. The current time difference is only 1 second-I can hear that this is not a simple task. The appreciation is the deep trust in a watch brand.
The name DEEPSEA is derived from the Deep Sea Special watch developed by Rolex in 1960, and the latter’s experience of diving into the Mariana Trench has long become a legend of Rolex. The new DEEPSEA watch has two main technical innovations. One is equipped with a new patented case structure-the RINGLOCK system, which can resist the huge pressure of the deep water; the second is the dual extension system equipped in the strap. The length of the strap is adjusted very finely without taking off the watch-classic appearance, reliable movement, and humanized design details. In my mind, this is already a perfect Rolex watch. But at the same time, I also know that Rolex will never think so.