For the first time in the 267-year history of this venerable brand, Vacheron Constantin unveils a watch created totally in titanium. Not only that, but this watch joins the typically sporty Overseas collection and yet is the brand's first Overseas to combine an ultra-thin skeletonized movement with a tourbillon escapement. The in-house-made Caliber 2160 has been redesigned for this watch and features a peripheral rotor for an unobstructed view of the movement.
|$100,000 - $200,000
|Power reserve range (hours)
|73 - 96
|Case diameter (mm)
|Case height (mm)
|Where to buy
|Vacheron Constantin in New York
Operating uninterrupted for 260 years, Vacheron Constantin is the oldest watchmaking manufacturer in Switzerland. At no time in history has the watchmaker ceased to create, overcome and enhance the horological landscape, contributing greatly to the technical advancements that we benefit from today. To date, the company still strives to achieve the best artistry, agility and dependability, making its watches interactive and robust in a bid to both fascinate and serve its wearer.The limitlessness of the brand is reflected by the astrological inspiration of its collections. Even from its Traditionnelle line, the sculpted dragons and birds found on the watch surface prance around an eye-catching sphere of linear and triangular lines that allude to the horoscopic symbol. Similarly celestial, the Fistysix and Égérie collections depict the versatility of time through sun and moon phase displays and feature a complex, self-winding mechanism.