BrandArena: Vacheron Constantin Launches the World's Most Complicated Watch

Thursday 17 September 2015

Vacheron Constantin Launches the World's Most Complicated Watch

After 8 long years of development in order to mark its 260th anniversary today, 17th of September, watch manufacturer Vacheron Constantin has officially unveiled the world’s most complicated watch at its headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland.

The VC’s brilliant creation goes for Ref. 57260, has 57 complications, 2,800 parts in its movement and its case is made of solid 18-carat white gold.

Developed both on classic watchmaking principles and on innovative 21st century technologies, this most complicated watch in the world embodies an incredible combination of time measurement complications and functions meeting the demanding Hallmark of Geneva criteria.

On Tuesday, Vacheron Constantin unveiled five of the seven Harmony pieces in the Philippines through an exclusive media preview hosted by its local distributor, Lucerne Luxe.

Vacheron Constantin, devoted to crafting eternity since 1755. 

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