Watches made of noble metals are exquisite in look and feel. Such is the case with the Vacheron Constantin Harmony collection. Earlier this year, we introduced you to the luxurious new collection of cushion-shaped watches that had been unveiled at the SIHH (the world’s foremost luxury watch exhibition) in Geneva. Now, we are happy to say, "They're here," and we want to show them again because they're worth another look.
Inspired by the past, but with an eye to the future, the cushion-shaped Harmony line pays tribute to the brand’s 260th year of continuous production. It is inspired by a chronograph first introduced in 1928, yet the renditions are timeless — and ultra thin. There are eight ultra-thin watches in the collection, including a Dual Time watch, a Monopusher split-seconds chronograph, a Monopusher Chronograph with a Tourbillon and others — for both men and women. Additionally, these watches boast new movements that have been designed and manufactured in-house over the course of the seven years that it took the brand to develop the collection. They all bear the Geneva Seal and, depending on the model, are offered in gold or platinum.
The Harmony Dual Time
Available in both pink and white gold, the Harmony Dual Time displays the second time zone at the four/five o’clock position and a day/night indicator at the seven. It is powered by the self-winding caliber 2460DT comprised of 233 parts, and features a decorated oscillating weight. Additionally, the Harmony Dual Time comes in several versions, including a smaller diamond-adorned stunner that features the same movement as the larger model. Exactly 500 pieces of the diamond version are being produced.
The Harmony Chronograph
The Harmony Chronograph is a stunning interpretation of the 1928 chronograph by the brand. It is a monopusher chronograph with a pulsimeter scale. It is powered by the 252-part hand-wound caliber 3300 and offers a 45-minute timer at three o’clock and a 60-second timer at nine o’clock. Similar to the Dual Time, there is a diamond-adorned version, as well.
Harmony Tourbillon Chronograph
The Tourbillon Chronograph is a monopusher chronograph powered by the hand-wound caliber 3200 and is housed in a platinum case. The dial displays a single register chronograph at three o’clock. The Tourbillon escapement is at 12:00 for balance. The chronograph displays a 45-minute timer, which is highly unusual. The Tourbillon sports a robust 65 hours of power reserve.
We invite you to stop in any time to take a close-up look at the elegance, precision and craftsmanship inherent in the watches made by Vacheron Constantin, the oldest continuously running watch manufacture in the world.