Long-time back, pocket watches were a necessity and almost everyone used to own at least one. In between somewhere, the trend changed to wrist watches. However, pocket watches once again gained the attention they always deserved in the 20th century. Montblanc 4810 Orbis Terrarum Pocket Watch 110 Years Edition was introduced in the early 20th century by Montblanc. Orbis Terrarum is a Latin word and it means “world” or “earth”. This pocket watch is unlike anything you have seen and is unique in many ways. It shows time passage on a world map as if it’s seen from the North Pole. This pocket watch is an apt combination of modern and antique features.
For people who travel across the globe on account of work or because they love traveling, this pocket watch is a boon as it offers you 24 different time zones at a single glance. It is 53mm in size and is made up of stainless steel. It has got an extension in the form of stainless steel chain which looks like seafaring ropes. The good part of this piece by Montblanc is that it can be used as a desk watch too due to the hinge piece in it.
So, if someone is looking for an antique-looking pocket watch with all the modern features in it, then Montblanc 4810 Orbis Terrarum Pocket Watch 110 Years Edition is the best bet. It has got a day and night disc too which changes its color from yellow and green to dark blue to basically show the change from the day to night in various time zones covered by it.
It is an automatic pocket watch which will definitely add class to the watch holder’s personality once it is bought. This is one of the best of Montblanc to all the watch collectors and people who are country hoppers.