From St. Louis, the home of the Gateway Arch, we have information on the new MONTA Atlas, an uncommon slim GMT that should satisfy the two enthusiasts of the brand and imminent new clients alike.

We’ve been following MONTA since they previously showed up at a few years back.  Since that time, the brand has repositioned itself marginally regarding its offer and they appear to do very well.  With a tight arrangement that incorporates the Oceanking (a 42mm 300M jumper), the Skyquest (a 42mm 300M GMT with pivoting external bezel), and the Triumph (a 38.5mm field watch), the brand has chosen another model for 2019.  Enter the MONTA Atlas, a bezel-less GMT that imparts its case to the Triumph.

A 38.5mm GMT

If there’s one thing in the watch world that we don’t have enough of, it’s GMT watches housed in respectably measured cases.  Yes, putting the Sellita SW330 GMT development previously found in the Skyquest was a lovely sensible following stage to make the MONTA Atlas, yet it’s ideal to see the watch come to fruition.  And in the event that you’ve at any point held a Triumph, you realize that MONTA does some awesome things on the completing end.  That brushed bezel alongside great dials and cases make for a genuinely comfortable regular watch.

Attractive Specs on the MONTA Atlas

The specs on the MONTA Atlas are attractive.  38.55mm in breadth, 10.2mm thickness, and 47mm in length.  The drag width stays at 20mm and one can browse the in-house planned wristband, a calfskin tie, or one of the brand’s grand elastic lashes (review that Everest is a family member).  as far as shadings, the MONTA blue, white and sunburst dark will be available.  a similar SW330 is inside which permits the 24-dog to be changed independently.  On the Atlas, the dial contains a 24-hour track along its outside in lieu of utilizing an outer bezel.

And Attractive Pricing to Boot

Regarding estimating, there will be a rebate for preorders on the MONTA Atlas – watches are required to start dispatching in August.  On elastic, the watch will be accessible for $1,565 ($1,410 on preorder).  On calfskin, add $10 for an aggregate of $1,575 ($1,420 on preorder).  And at long last, on wristband, the Atlas will cost $1,795 ($1,615 on preorder).  All in all, considering the nature of MONTA’s completed item, we’d call that sensible for what resembles a profoundly amiable watch.  We’ll meet with the brand in the not so distant future, so come back for live pictures.

For more data, head to MONTA’s .