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Baselworld 2019: Introducing the Monta Atlas GMT

Baselworld 2019: Introducing the Monta Atlas GMT

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The Monta stylish, now, is genuinely characterized. They make tough yet refined instrument watches that are vintage propelled, with sprinkles of intense tone in the accents. The completing is outstandingly exact on their cases, with noticeable angles on the hauls, and the blade hands have become something of a brand name. Regarding size, they have shunned the super case look that some brand actually stick to, keeping their setup unequivocally in the 40-millimeter-and-under area. Their most current contribution, the 38.5-millimeter Atlas GMT, doesn’t stray far at all from the Monta equation, yet figures out how to make a solid impression.


Monta Atlas GMT

Material: Stainless steel Dial: Monta blue, sunburst black, and white Dimensions: 38.5mm x 47mm x 10.2mm; 20mm carries Crystal: Sapphire Water resistance: 150 meters Crown: Screw down Movement: ETA 2892 Automatic GMT with date Strap/bracelet: Rubber, cowhide, and wristband Price: Pre-request – $1,410 on elastic, $1,420 on calfskin, and $1,615 on arm band/Full-retail $1,565, $1,575, and $1,795 individually Expected release: Pre-request will begin March twentieth/conveyance August 2019


The Atlas doesn’t kick off something new, to such an extent as it reaffirms what Monta does so well in any case. This is, on paper, a traditionalist and unnoticeable GMT watch, a complication that Monta has just handled with their Skyquest line.

The Atlas comes in around over two millimeters less than the Skyquest and is spec’d nearer to the Triumph , and gets rid of the 24-hour bezel. In principle, it’s quite tactful, and a touch of unassuming, however take a gander at the dials. Each incorporates eye catching shading decisions with high difference highlights, with a polish treatment. The blue dial specifically is difficult to get off of the brain. It’s nearly turquoise, and all around coordinated to the red markings at all other hours on the 24 hour scale.

In jettisoning the turning bezel and dropping the size of the 24-hour hand just marginally, Monta has made a GMT watch that is maybe a touch more refined than the Skyquest, which was situated as a traveler’s device watch (bragging 300 meters water opposition). Here we have one more incredible choice for devotees of the movement watch class, a space that has developed throughout the most recent few years as GMT developments have become more abundant. Stay tuned for additional inclusion. Monta