AugustMan (Malaysia) - - Special Feature -

First launched in 2017 as a lux­ury smart­watch with a dis­tinc­tively clas­sic and vin­tage look, the lat­est edi­tion of Mont­blanc’s Sum­mit smart­watch fea­tures a more com­pact uni­sex 42mm case that de­liv­ers the feel­ing of a me­chan­i­cal wrist­watch while of­fer­ing in­no­va­tive new fea­tures. Pow­ered by ad­vanced tech­nolo­gies, Sum­mit 2 is the first lux­ury smart­watch to fea­ture the Snap­dragon Wear 3100 chipset by Qual­comm for en­hanced per­for­mance, im­proved bat­tery life and a week­long time-only mode. The lat­est Wear OS by Google pow­ers Sum­mit 2 both with iOS and An­droid smart­phones.

In­spired by the de­sign codes of the Mont­blanc 1858 col­lec­tion, the new Sum­mit 2 of­fers sev­eral de­sign ex­pres­sions, from the clas­sic el­e­gance of 1858 and the vin­tage so­phis­ti­ca­tion of the Sum­mit, to sporty styles de­signed for peak per­for­mance and phys­i­cal ac­tiv­ity. With the built-in watch face con­fig­u­ra­tor, you can cus­tomise the in­di­ca­tors, back­ground, hands and com­pli­ca­tions, and get over a thou­sand dial com­bi­na­tions. The dif­fer­ent case fin­ishes ‒ black DLC steel, stain­less steel, bi­colour steel and ti­ta­nium ‒ can be com­bined with 11 dif­fer­ent in­ter­change­able strap op­tions in­clud­ing calf­skin, Mi­lanese steel, rub­ber and ny­lon. Sum­mit 2’s ex­clu­sive travel func­tions in­clude the new Timeshifter app, pro­vid­ing per­son­alised ad­vice to min­i­mize jet lag based on the trav­eller’s sleep pat­tern, chrono­type, and flight plan. Used by as­tro­nauts and elite ath­letes, it pro­vides timely up­dates and in­struc­tions, help­ing trav­ellers to ad­just fast to a new time zone. On top of that, the new Mont­blanc ex­clu­sive Travel Info app pro­vides rel­e­vant lo­cal trav­eller in­for­ma­tion, while the prac­ti­cal voice­ac­ti­vated trans­la­tor gives its user di­rect trans­la­tions from a mul­ti­tude of lan­guages di­rectly to the watch’s dis­play, mak­ing trav­el­ling in for­eign coun­tries sim­pler than ever.

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