Video: Montblanc’s TimeWriter II Chronographe Bi-Fréquence 1000

If three watches constitute a trend, then measuring milliseconds, or 1/1,000s of a second, is a trend. Two watch brands, each with high-speed horological histories, have launched mechanical chronographs claimed to be capable of accurately measuring 1/1,000s of a second. Last year, TAG Heuer debuted its Mikrotimer Flying 1000 Concept Chronograph, followed this year by the even faster Mikrogirder. At SIHH this year, Montblanc launched its own millisecond-measuring marvel, the TimeWriter II Chronograph Bi-Fréquence 1000, which employs a unique approach to splitting seconds.

Click here for photos of Montblanc’s TimeWriter II Chronographe Bi-Fréquence 1000.

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