Inspired by those who challenge limits and strive for something bigger yet unknown, the Montblanc StarWalker writing instrument collection tells the story of humankind’s fascination with space exploration and the wonder of walking among the stars. The latest stop in a journey that began in 2019 with a reimagined design, the Montblanc StarWalker BlackCosmos model explores the mystery that characterizes these adventures into the unknown, featuring a new surface treatment that evokes the compact and rocky surface of terrestrial planets such as Mars, Mercury and Venus, and yet undiscovered planets in the darkness of the cosmos.
The exploration of the galaxies, planets and space is characterized on the Montblanc StarWalker BlackCosmos model by the veil of mystery and elegance of a deep black cast over the whole surface of the instrument. The haptic feel of the all-black textured surface sensorially enhances the writing experience. The shiny black precious resin, a central characteristic of the Montblanc Maison and its writing culture heritage, adds a touch of elegance, while the sleek black PVD coating over the metal parts of the writing instrument gives each piece its intense and homogenous look. A distinctive design feature of the collection, the translucent dome features a floating Montblanc emblem above a grey base.
The Montblanc StarWalker BlackCosmos lineup includes an all-black precious resin Edition with PVD coated metal fittings, a Doué Edition with a precious resin barrel paired with a needled metal cap, and a metal Edition featuring the needled metal effect throughout. Each edition is available as a Fountain Pen, Fineliner and Ballpoint.
The Montblanc StarWalker BlackCosmos model, like every piece in the StarWalker collection, embodies the ethos of the visionary engineers and entrepreneurs who founded the Maison in the early 20th century with an unrelenting desire to push the boundaries of innovation. With modern aesthetics and materials, the Montblanc StarWalker collection is imbued with the same spirit of continuous exploration that drives engineers, scientists and inventors to push the limits of technological advancement and human knowledge on earth and in space.