Saturday , 13 April 2024

Introducing the revamped Delma Montego

The new automatic chronograph features a prominent tachymeter function showcased on a fixed stainless-steel bezel. The streamlined case has been reduced to 42mm in diameter and is thinner at 16.2mm. The Delma Montego is now available with a blue, green, black, or white dial.

It is a striking evolution of Delma’s original Montego combining the power of its sold-out predecessor with enhanced functionality and a refined disposition. The new automatic chronograph with prominent tachymeter function showcased on a fixed stainless-steel bezel, distinguishes itself as a venerable racing timepiece. Specially appointed to measure speed as a function of time and distance traveled, it is prepared to guide the wearer with precision for adventures near and far.

The streamlined case has been reduced to 42mm in diameter and is thinner at 16.2mm but spares no details in functionality or design. The chronograph with central seconds hand, hour and minute counters is accompanied by a day-date window and crowned with the Delma logo. The sub dials are delicately appointed with a guilloche pattern which subtly differentiates them from the sunray brushed dial.

The motor sport inspired chronograph is now available with blue, green, black, or white dial ready to perform on circuits or rallies in all terrain. Viewing in the dark reveals the Montego has a laudable hidden feature. The hands glow in blue while the indices are illuminated in green yielding distinctive legibility and a unique flair.

The ETA Valjoux 7750 with Cote de Geneve finish can be admired through the transparent case back. The Montego is completed with a screw down crown and fastened with a 5-link stainless steel bracelet or Cordura rubber strap.



Case & Dial

42 mm diameter,16.2 mm thick stainless-steel case and fixed bezel with tachymeter function

White luminescent hands and indexes

Black, white, blue or green sunray-brushed dial with circular guilloche pattern counters

Brushed and polished stainless-steel bracelet with deployant clasp or waterproof hybrid cordura rubber strap in matching colors with stainless steel buckle

200 m / 660 ft


ETA 7750, self-winding mechanism with ball bearing, frequency 28’800, 25 jewels, power reserve of 48 hours, rotor with Cote de Genève and DELMA engraving

Central hour and minute hand, small seconds hand at 6 o’clock

Chronograph with central seconds hand, 30 min counter at 12 o’clock and hour counter at 6 o’clock

Delma wooden box

Stainless steel bracelet CHF 2300 / EUR 2500 / USD 2750
Cordura rubber strap CHF 2200 / EUR 2400 / USD 2650


About Karl Heinz Nuber

Nuber ist langjähriger unabhängiger Uhren Journalist und begann seine Karriere in den frühen 80er Jahren. Durch das Sammeln kam er zum Schreiben. Er ist Gründer des vierteljährlich regelmässig bilingual – Deutsch und English - erscheinenden TOURBILLON Magazin’s, der digitalen TOURBILLON Plattform TICK-Talk, der Ausstellungs- und Event Plattform Art of TOURBILLON und TOURBILLON TV. Er tritt regelmässig als Kenner der Branche in Erscheinung.

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