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German watchmaker Montblanc unveiled its first smartwatch, the Summit, in London on Thursday.

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The buckles on all the straps are made from stainless steel.

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The watch is available in several different finishes in combinations of black and silver.

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The Summit's black calf leather band is the cheapest strap option.

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Brown and navy Florentine leather, as well as laser-cut rubber, are more expensive. The priciest option is alligator skin.

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The Summit's bezel has a brushed effect caused by tiny microabrasions made in the steel.

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The Summit contains sensors that cause the watch face to change as it moves, so that it looks like the light is catching it.

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Montblanc based the Summit's faces on traditional designs from its 1858 collection.

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Each face has its own complications, which are also Montblanc-branded.

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According to Montblanc, the Summit is the first smartwatch to rock a domed sapphire glass face.

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This is a pretty distinctive crown, but you can pay more to have it customised.

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The Summit will launch globally in May, starting in the UK and Europe. Pricing starts at $890 (£720 or AU$1,160 converted).

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