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It boasts 24 horological functions, and the Caliber 2756 is composed of 1,163 parts.
By Roberta Naas | October 21 2020
Part of the brand’s ‘La Musique du Temps®’ Les Cabinotiers collection, this one-of-a-kind timepiece was five years in the research and development stages and is Vacheron Constantin’s most complicated wristwatch to date. It boasts 24 horological functions, and the Caliber 2756 that powers it is composed of 1,163 parts. The double-sided watch can be worn with either side facing out thanks to an ingenious strap system. Features include astronomical displays (such as solar time and equation of time, sunrise/sunset and phases of the moon) and perpetual calendar indications, a minute repeater, a tourbillon escapement at 12:00 and a split-second chronograph that can time multiple events starting at the same time but with different end times.
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Contact Vacheron Constantin in New York, +1 877 701 1755, vacheron-constantin.com