Watches and Wonders

Watches & Wonders

This year at Watches & Wonders, Montblanc is pleased to announce the addition of three new timepieces in the 1858 collection that are ready to join you for a lifetime of adventure.

1858 ICED SEA Automatic Date

Montblanc’s new sports diving watch, the Iced Sea Automatic Date features 30 bar 300 meters of water resistance, and a striking dial. If you’ve ever looked deep into the heart of a glacier, you’ll understand why we call it “frozen”.


The unique glacier dial is made possible with an age-old technique called gratté-boisé

The case back features a 3D relief engraving of an iceberg and a scuba diver exploring the waters below.

New interchangeable strap system makes changing straps incredibly easy.


Our story began in 1858, when Charles-Ivan Robert founded a watch workshop in Villeret, marking the start of the historic Minerva era. By the end of the 19th century, their pocket watches had gained recognition, and the company soon became a leading specialist in stopwatches and chronographs built for professionals.

Today's Montblanc timepieces continue the journey that began over 160 years ago. The 1858, Heritage, and Star Legacy collections link the past and the present through design, style, and technical innovation.

Minerva Craftsmanship

Over 160 Years of Tradition