Thanks! Our Montre de Souscription 1 is SOLD OUT
Well, that took less than 30 minutes.... 17 minutes to be precise!
SOLD OUT! None of us expected anything like this, but we sold out our Montre de Souscription 1 in less than 30 minutes. Sorry to everyone who wanted to buy one! This went so much faster than we expected or even hoped for.
Thanks a LOT to all thirty-three who bought our first collaboration watch. Thanks for the trust, and thanks for supporting MONOCHROME! I really don’t know what to say. We hoped we would sell all 33 pieces within a week or maybe even within a few days, but in less than half an hour (17 minutes to be very precise) is beyond our wildest dreams!
We’re now answering emails of those who were too late. I’m so sorry for everyone who missed out on our first. Our next Montre de Souscription is already in the making, so that’s hopefully good news. MdS2 is in the making and will be launched just after summer, probably early September. But we’ll keep you updated on our second Montre de Souscription for sure!
Haha! I had a feeling it would be hot.
Congratulations!!!!! I actually was wondering how many was released
As long as you can get more than you paid , they will always sell out. No offense.
That is a beautiful looking watch. Congratulations MONOCHROME team.
Congrats, I have a salmon dial foudroyante Felix with blued hands so I know this will be mega gorgeous in person. Such a lovely watch, it’s a shame to limit to only 33, but that is the prevailing business model now. Gamification of luxury watches. At least there are other attractive similar models and can custom order with Habring for those who might feel left out.
Nice watch, really!
From a stylistic point of view it made me rember a series of JLC produced for a short time, and reviewed here https://www.fratellowatches.com/jaeger-lecoultre-master-chronograph-reference-1538530/#gref
In any case I do like the “souscription” idea, especially with Habring!!!! Congratulations!
@Enrico… Of course, now you mention that JLC I remember it again. It does indeed have quite some similarities. Funny how we have been looking at 1940s chronos and entirely forgot about this one…