Vacheron Constantin Traditionnelle Chronograph Tourbillon

In 2015, in the edge of its 260th commemoration, Vacheron Constantin dispatched a lovely mono-pusher chronograph tourbillon housed in a pad formed case, the Harmony . The watch was controlled by the Caliber 3200. This great development presently returns in an exemplary case, another however no less lovely clothing… Meet the Vacheron Constantin Traditionnelle Chronograph Tourbillon.

The Traditionnelle Chronograph Tourbillon is exemplary Vacheron Constantin, with a turn. Albeit this new model combines two customary complications, these are introduced in a really unique way. As opposed to showing up on the lower part of the dial, its tourbillon controller is abnormally situated at 12 o’clock. The chronograph is a mono-pusher with a 45-minute register at 3 o’clock. The force hold sign makes an antithesis to the tourbillon at 6 o’clock.

The model is introduced in an exquisite 42.5mm pink gold case. Its style are sound with the codes of the Traditionnelle assortment with a silvered opaline dial, a railroad minute track, dauphine-type hours and minutes hands, étagé case and drags, and a fluted caseback.

Turning the watch over, the display caseback offers an unrestricted perspective on the hand-wound type 3200. This complex chronograph system shows its conventional design with a level grip and a section wheel. The utilization of a “contact” procedure for the grasp component targets guaranteeing smooth initiation of the capacity, saving it from exorbitant wear after some time and dodging potential stammering of the chronograph hand when it is actuated. The mono-pusher chronograph work includes a win or bust initiation framework which keeps the chronograph instrument from connecting with when inadequate pressing factor is applied on the pusher.

The Caliber 3200 is directed by a one-minute tourbillon whose carriage is roused by the Maltese cross (the seal of the Maison). The equilibrium wheel ticks at a lethargic 18,000 vibrations each hour. The force hold is of 65 hours. Last, the development is produced in compliance with the Geneva Seal and its completion incorporates Geneva stripes, round graining and chamfering.

The Vacheron Constantin Traditionnelle Chronograph Tourbillon is worn on a dull earthy colored gator calfskin lash. It is fitted with a pink gold Maltese cross-formed collapsing clasp. Cost is set at EUR 227,000. For more data, kindly visit .