Montblanc Summit Smartwatch

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Synonymous with style and craftsmanship, Montblanc has been creating exquisite writing instruments for almost 100 years, entering the watchmaking market in 1997. The brand’s timepieces have an unmistakable classic charm, so it comes as no surprise that the first Montblanc smartwatch looks unlike any other products from the same category. Summit combines a timeless aesthetic and cutting-edge technology in a design that pays homage to the award-winning 1858 collection. It comes with a stainless steel or titanium 46mm case, a domed sapphire glass cover, a circular AMOLED display, and a choice of leather and textile straps to complement the four types of case finishes.

In terms of technical specs, the Android Wear-powered Summit impresses with WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity, 4GB flash storage, as well as an integrated Google Assistant. The timepiece also comes with several handy features: heart rate monitor, gyroscope, accelerometer, barometer, and light sensor. The battery lasts all day and it charges easily via a micro-USB to USB cable and charging dock. Owners can also customize the face with the dedicated software, taking Summit to new heights of functionality and personal style. Photo credits: Montblanc.

 

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