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Montblanc's latest watch is a timepiece fit for a Bond Villian

An incredible timepiece to celebrate the company's 110th Anniversary.
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With a sinister-looking serpent wrapping around the dial, Montblanc's latest limited edition tourbillon looks like something you'd find on the wrist of a powerful supervillain. Created entirely in-house at the company's facility in Villeret, Switzerland, the watch features a slithering serpent that echoes the Art Nouveau and Art Deco trends that were popular during the company's earlier years. 

Limited to just three pieces, the watch features an incredibly complex construction consisting of a manually-wound Calibre MB M65.63 that has as one-minute tourbillon and a a double cylindrical hairspring. Those components are just a few pieces of the 95 total components that are so carefully finished and decorated by their in-house craftsmen.

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