Imbued with a dynamic spirit, the performance of this chronograph meets the useful functionality of a UTC complication with three time zones in a timepiece of masculine elegance. The chronograph of the calibre MB 25.03 measures elapsed minutes and hours at 12 and 6 o’clock as well as elapsed seconds with the iconic red hand in the central position, whose tip is shaped in the form of the Minerva arrow. A dark central hand with a luminescent, red-framed arrow indicates a second time zone on the 24-hour scale of the black ceramic bezel with silvery-white numerals. A third time zone can be easily indicated by turning the unidirectionally rotating bezel with the location of the 24-hour hand as the point of reference. From the dial to the flange, the colour contrast between black and silvery-white with red accents enhances readability and underlines performance. The satinated 43 mm case with black DLC coating offers water-resistance of up to 100 metres and comes with a rubber strap. For utmost reliability and performance, the timepiece has been rigorously tested by the Montblanc Laboratory Test 500.