The world’s most complicated double-face watch

The world’s most complicated double-face watch, produced in a limited edition of 7. Tour de l’Ile is the most complicated watch ever made, with a totally original combination of horological complications and astronomical indications composing a list of sixteen different points including a minute repeater, sunset time, perpetual calendar, second time zone, a tourbillon device, the equation of time and the representation of the night sky… This exceptional calibre composed of 834 parts called for over 10,000 hours of research and development lavished on it by the designers, engineers and watchmakers of Vacheron Constantin.
Its name refers to one of the historical sites of the venerable company, located next to the current Maison Vacheron Constantin on the Quai de l’Ile. Limited edition of 7.
* Calibre 2750 – 834 components – More than 10,000 hours of R & D
* Power Reserve
* second time zone
* Moon Phases
* Age of the moon
* Minute Repeater
* Perpetual Calendar
* Tourbillon
* Sunrise
* Sunset
* Celestial chart
* Self winding movement
* Frequency: 2,5Hz (18 ‘ 000 A/h)
* Power Reserve: 58 hours
* Empierrage: 39 rubies
* Diameter of case: 35.40mm
* Total diameter: 36.0mm
* Total thickness: 11.25mm
* Material: gold (5N) 18K 750
* Sapphire Glass anti reflective coating
* Dust resistant
* Valued at : $ 1,500,000.00

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