Vacheron Constantin, one of the world’s most prestigious watch makers, has also made a presentation on many of its special models, including the new collection "Fiftysix" for SIHH 2018, as well as high-complications models with tourbillon and perpetual calendar functions.
The new collection "Fiftysix", which adds a lot of design elements to cover the gap between Vacheron Constantin’s classical Patrimony and the sporty Quai De L’Ile collections, is able to attract attention with its wide range of materials and complication scales from stainless steel to under 18 carats.
Fiftysix models, which are capable of maintaining a fine line between elegance and sportiness with a case size of 40mm, will be offered under three categories as Complete Calender, Day-Date and Self Winding in the first place. Each model has in-house automatic movements with 40 hours power reserve. In addition, all models can be had with alternatives of 18K pink gold or stainless steel case options.
Three of the novelties introduced under SIHH 2018 comes from the "Traditionelle" family. The new models come in 41mm cases with options as 18K pink gold and limited edition platinum version. The new models feature complications like full calendar and tourbillon.
The tourbillon model draws attention with its exclusive oscillating rotor designs while all movements are signed by "Hallmark of Geneva".
There is also an addition to the sporty Overseas Collection. Offered in an 18K pink gold case measuring 41mm x 8.1mm, the new Overseas Ultra-Thin Perpetual Calendar model is powered by the Hallmark of Geneva signed in-house self-winding movement Caliber 1120 QP / 1 with a 40-hour power reserve.
Metiers D’Art Les Aerostiers, a carefully crafted collection of master craftsmen from Vacheron Constantin, is a very special collection offered with 5 dial options. The new collection, which is dedicated to hot balloon experiment took place at the skies of France, is offered in 18K gold cases housing 40 hours power reserve self-winding manufacture movements.
Hours, minutes, day and date functions can be read via discs on the dials of the watches.