$type=slider$au=0$cm=0$snip=0$rm=0$c=5$l=0$sp=6000

Montblanc - Summit Collection

Montblanc unveiled today the Summit, its first smartwatch.


Developed in cooperation with Google, the Montblanc Summit combines fine watchmaking with Android Wear 2.0, Google’s latest operating system for smartwatches, and the Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 2100 processor, one of the most advanced and powerful wearables processors in the market for smartwatches.


Interestingly, this high-end smartwatch displays a classic and vintage look, somehow hiding the powerful digital technologies equipping it.

The award-winning 1858 collection has served as the main inspiration for the 46 mm watch case design, as well as for the classic watch faces, which are a digital representation of the 1858 collection.

The case comes in a choice of four different materials and styles: black PVD coated stainless steel, a bi-colour stainless steel case with a black PVD coated stainless steel bezel, stainless steel case with satinated finish and a grade 5 titanium case also with satinated finish. Each timepiece is fitted with a pusher in the design of the iconic crown from the 1858 collection.


In order to give the feeling of a traditional watch on the wrist, the timepiece’s high-contrast AMOLED display is covered by a slightly curved sapphire glass, which is a world first in smartwatches.



The Android Wear 2.0 operating system for smartwatches offers the most advanced software and functionality while delivering compatibility with Android and iOS devices.

Additionally, Montblanc worked with Qualcomm Technologies to maximize battery life (a full day) and take full advantage of the powerful processor which makes it possible for Montblanc Summit users to experience a responsive, fluid user interface which allows the user to move from one application to the next, personalize the look-and-feel through a range of apps and watch faces. New watch face will also be unveiled regularly (available to download on the store), for those who like to switch and change dials.


Each timepiece has a water-resistant standard of IP68 making it resilient to the splashes of everyday life. The watch  features a microphone for voice commands and numerous sensors: a heart-rate monitor, and sensors for measuring steps and activities; a gyroscope and a compass to measure the orientation of your watch; a barometer that can indicate the altitude, and an ambient light sensor that automatically adapts the brightness of your screen according to the lighting conditions.



The Google play Music app allows the synchronization of music into the Summit’s internal memory. Like this, music plays directly into the Bluetooth headphones during exercise, without the need to take a phone along for a run.

Another highly practical tool when travelling is the voice-activated translator, which can give direct translations from a multitude of languages directly to the watch’s display.

The watch can be charged via micro USB on a magnetic Montblanc dock. It connects via Wi-Fi and Bluetooth and features 4GB Flash storage that can be used to sync and play music without the need of a smartphone.


Eight different straps offer an extensive choice of styles for every taste and occasion.  A sporty, water-resistant rubber NATO strap is available in black, blue, green or red; a black calfskin leather strap provides a classic look; a brown or navy blue Sfumato calfskin leather strap from the Montblanc Pelletteria in Florence brings a sophisticated style and, finally, an exclusive alligator strap. Straps can be easily exchanged via the quick-release spring bars for a multitude of looks and moods.


The new Montblanc Summit will be available from May 2017 with a suggested retail price starting at Euro 900. For more information and the detailed features list, visit www.montblanc.com

COMMENTS

[RECENT]$type=two$height=auto$cols=2$l=hide$c=6$sn=no$d=0$cm=0$a=0$rm=0$show=page

[LADIES WATCHES]$type=complex$cols=2$l=0$c=4$d=0$cm=0$a=0$snippet=show$hide=page

[DIVING WATCHES]$type=carousel$cols=2$l=hide$c=4$s=0$d=0$cm=0$a=0$rm=0$hide=page

Name

A. Lange & Sohne,49,AkriviA,6,alarm,3,Alpina,7,Andersmann,1,Andreas Strehler,4,Angelus,3,annual calendar,22,Anonimo,2,Antoine Martin,2,Antoine Preziuso,1,Apple,1,Apple Watch,1,Aquadive,1,Armin Strom,21,Arnold and Son,18,Astarwatch,1,Ateliers deMonaco,2,Auctions,43,Audemars Piguet,23,Autodromo,1,BaselWorld 2013,50,BaselWorld 2014,53,Baselworld 2015,69,Baselworld 2016,27,Baselworld 2017,64,Baume et Mercier,15,Bell & Ross,14,Bernard Lederer Universe,1,Blancpain,22,BLU,1,blue dial,2,Bovet,3,Brands histories,1,Breguet,37,Breitling,31,Bremont Watch Company,3,Breva,2,bronze,2,Bücherei,1,Bulgari,23,Burberry,1,C3H5N3O9,1,carillon,1,Carl F. Bucherer,2,Carrera,4,Cartier,34,ceramic,1,Chaumet,2,chiming hour,2,Chopard,19,Christie's,1,Christophe Claret,5,Christopher Ward,3,chronograph,254,chronometer,19,Chronoswiss,3,Citizen,2,co-axial,1,column-wheel,7,complete calendar,2,complications,53,concept watch,4,Concord,1,constant-force,21,Corum,11,CSEM,1,Czapek,1,Daytona,1,De Bethune,11,de Grisogono,2,dead seconds,13,detent escapement,2,DeWitt,7,diving watches,106,double regulator,1,drei,1,dress watches,184,dual time,63,Eberhard,9,Edox,1,El Primero,13,Emile Chouriet,1,Emmanuel Bouchet,1,enamel dial,3,enamelling,13,Equation of time,5,Eterna,17,exhibitions,1,F.P.Journe,14,Faberge,2,Favre-Leuba,1,features,19,Ferdinand Berthoud,1,flyback,28,Fondation de la Haute Horlogerie,1,Fortis,3,Franck Muller,5,Frederique Constant,5,Geneva Watchmaking Grand Prix,8,Georg Jensen,1,George Daniels,2,Girard-Perregaux,34,Glashuette,14,Glashütte,25,Glashütte Original,27,Glycine,2,GMT,46,GPHG,3,Graham,5,Grand Feu,1,Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Geneve,7,Grand Seiko,5,Grande Complication,16,Grande Sonnerie,2,Greubel Forsey,16,Gronefeld,5,Grönefeld,5,Grossmann,3,guilloché,1,H. Moser and Cie,17,Habring,4,Habring2,5,Hajime Asaoka,1,Hallmark of Geneva,1,Hamilton,9,hands-on,4,Harry Winston,8,Hautlence,2,Hermes,9,high jewellery,1,Hublot,9,Hybris Artistica,1,Hydro Mechanical Horologists,7,HYT Watches,11,Icon,1,independent watchmaker,3,industry news,74,IWC,55,Jaeger-LeCoultre,64,Jaquet Droz,12,JeanRichard,3,jumping hours,18,Junghans,5,Kaj Korpela,1,Kari Voutilainen,4,Korpela,1,Krayon,1,Ladies watches,66,Lang & Heyne,1,Lange,6,large date,1,Laurent Ferrier,10,Le Garde Temps,1,Lemania,1,Leroy,3,Linde Werdelin,1,Longines,27,Louis Moinet,4,LVMH,2,Maîtres du Temps,1,Manufacture Contemporaine du Temps,3,Manufacture Royale,3,marine chronometer,1,Maurice de Mauriac,1,Maurice Lacroix,5,MB&F,19,MCT,1,MeisterSinger,19,metiers d'art,1,mido,1,military watches,6,Minute Repeater,31,Montblanc,34,moon phases,58,Moritz Grossmann,15,Moser,17,Muhle,3,Mühle-Glashütte,3,mystery watches,2,Nautilus,2,New Britain Corp,1,new watches,1340,Nomos,12,Ochs und Junior,3,Officine Panerai,42,Omega,42,Only Watch,2,Only Watch 2015,4,Only Watch 2017,2,Oris,21,Panerai,15,Parmigiani Fleurier,13,Pascal Coyon,1,Patek,1,Patek Philippe,48,perpetual calendar,60,Perrelet,4,Philippe Dufour,1,Phillips,1,Piaget,14,Pierre DeRoche,1,pilot watch,46,platinum,1,pocket watch,1,pocket watches,2,Poincon de Geneve,1,Porsche Design,10,Pre-SIHH 2016: Cartier - Clé de Cartier Automatic Skeleton,1,pulsometer,4,quartz,2,Rado,3,Ralf Tech,2,Ralph Lauren,2,rattrapante,13,Raul Pages,1,Raymond Weil,1,rectangular watches,2,regulator,10,remontoire,2,resonance,2,Ressence,4,retrograde,2,Revelation,1,Reverso,12,Richard Mille,35,Richmond,1,Roger Dubuis,10,Roger Smith,1,Roger W. Smith,1,Rolex,23,Romain Gauthier,5,Romain Jerome,1,Royal Oak,13,Rudis Sylva,1,Seiko,8,SevenFriday,2,SIHH 2012,4,SIHH 2013,25,SIHH 2014,36,SIHH 2015,43,SIHH 2016,44,SIHH 2017,40,SIHH 2018,1,Singer,1,Singer Reimagined,1,single hand,2,single-hand watches,4,Sinn,7,skeleton,11,smartwatch,6,solar energy,1,Sotheby's,2,Speake-Marin,3,Speedmaster,8,split seconds,4,sport watches,287,squelette,32,steampunk,1,striking time,8,SuisseMecanica,1,Swatch,2,Swatch Group,3,table clocks,1,Tag Heuer,51,terra Cielo Mare,1,Tiffany,10,top news,20,Torsti Laine,1,tourbillon,175,Tudor,8,ultra thin,21,Ulysse Nardin,22,Union Glashutte,1,Urban Jurgensen,11,Urwerk,11,Vacheron Constantin,55,Van Cleef & Arpels,5,Vauchier Fleurier,1,Vianney Halter,3,Vulcain,9,wandering hours,1,Watches & Wonders,14,Watches&Wonders,1,worldtime,23,Zenith,35,Zodiac,1,
ltr
item
Time and Watches: Montblanc - Summit Collection
Montblanc - Summit Collection
Montblanc Summit Collection smartwatch. Montblanc unveiled today the Summit, its first smartwatch. Developed in cooperation with Google, the Montblanc Summit combines fine watchmaking with Android Wear 2.0, Google’s latest operating system for smartwatches, and the Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 2100 processor, one of the most advanced and powerful wearables processors in the market for smartwatches. The new Montblanc Summit will be available from May 2017 with a suggested retail price starting from Euro 900. Montblanc smartwatches.
https://2.bp.blogspot.com/-49usNgQzIec/WMr8l5HPKSI/AAAAAAAAXjE/JIEM9xGPhxoDihq0laXoOm71pmQdjJGygCLcB/s640/Montblanc-Summit-Collection-001.jpg
https://2.bp.blogspot.com/-49usNgQzIec/WMr8l5HPKSI/AAAAAAAAXjE/JIEM9xGPhxoDihq0laXoOm71pmQdjJGygCLcB/s72-c/Montblanc-Summit-Collection-001.jpg
Time and Watches
http://www.timeandwatches.com/2017/03/montblanc-summit-collection.html
http://www.timeandwatches.com/
http://www.timeandwatches.com/
http://www.timeandwatches.com/2017/03/montblanc-summit-collection.html
true
7479538179671063502
UTF-8
Loaded All Posts Not found any posts VIEW ALL Read more Reply Cancel reply Delete By Home PAGES POSTS View All RECOMMENDED FOR YOU LABEL ARCHIVE SEARCH ALL POSTS Not found any post match with your request Back Home Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat January February March April May June July August September October November December Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec just now 1 minute ago $$1$$ minutes ago 1 hour ago $$1$$ hours ago Yesterday $$1$$ days ago $$1$$ weeks ago more than 5 weeks ago Followers Follow THIS CONTENT IS PREMIUM Please share to unlock Copy All Code Select All Code All codes were copied to your clipboard Can not copy the codes / texts, please press [CTRL]+[C] (or CMD+C with Mac) to copy