Slate dim and pink gold is a combination that certainly works. Warm, differentiated and profoundly rich, this is no curve balls that a brand like Vacheron Constantin, not shy in making exquisite watches, as of now picked this shading plan before . However, today, they are pushing it a couple of steps further, as the Traditionnelle Collection gets the slate dim/pink gold treatment on 6 of its models.
All of these watches share common components, which characterize the Traditionnelle Collection: a round ventured case, thin bezel and fluted caseback; a railroad track minute circle, “bâtons de Genève” applied hour-markers and Dauphine-type hands. Regardless of whether we talk about the basic manual-twisting variant of the über-complex Traditionnelle type 2755, there’s an unmistakable common family. These watches are “traditionnelles” from various perspectives, as exceptionally traditional, yet not bereft of elegance… by any means. This is currently considerably more genuine with the new augmentations, showing a dull dim (named slate) dial with a warm and tasteful pink gold case.
The Vacheron Constantin Traditionnelle Caliber 2755 Slate Grey
The Calibre 2755 summarizes everything Vacheron Constantin can do regarding complicated watches. It must be viewed as the leader watch of the Traditionnelle Collection. After two platinum releases (dark or silver dial) and one pink gold form (silver dial), it will currently be accessible in Vacheron’s signature slate dim/pink gold combination. The actual watch is very of a bundle, with the type 2755 social event a tourbillon, a ceaseless schedule and brief repeater with centripetal flying strike lead representative – and obviously, VC’s common ultra-top of the line finishing.
Details: ref. 80172/000R-B406 – 44mm x 13.54mm pink gold case – slate dark dial – Caliber 2755 QP with 58h power reserve, one-minute tourbillon, ceaseless schedule, minute repeater – Price around Eur 715,000
The Vacheron Constantin Traditionnelle 14-day Tourbillon
Alongside the 2755, Vacheron Constantin likewise has a somewhat easier watch in the top of the line sub-collection – which means an all around exceptionally complex watch. The Traditionnelle 14-day Tourbillon may just demonstrate the time, it separates with its boss power reserve of about fourteen days (Approximately 336 hours), thanks to four arrangement coupled barrels. The development is obviously stunningly finished. After an old style pink gold/silver dial adaptation, it presently gains the exquisite slate-shaded dial.
Details: ref. 89000/000R-B407 – 42mm x 12.22mm pink gold case – slate dim dial – type 2260 with 14-day power reserve, one-minute tourbillon, sign of the time and power reserve. Price around Eur 260,000
The Vacheron Constantin Traditionnelle Day-Date and Power Reserve
With this watch, we backpedal on earth, with more “accessible” watches. As shown by its somewhat clear name, the Vacheron Constantin Traditionnelle Day-Date and Power Reserve has 3 complications to show: 2 for the schedule, one for the excess power of the development. Behind the caseback is the notable type 2475, utilized in a few watches of the collection, with a particular module on top. This new slate dim/pink gold rendition will sit close to the traditional silver dial edition.
Details: ref. 85290/000R-B405 – 39.5mm x 10.65mm pink gold case – slate dim dial – calibre 2475 with 40h power reserve, programmed, sign of the time, the date, the day and the power reserve. Price around Eur 45,000
The Vacheron Constantin Traditionnelle Ultra-Thin Automatic
What you see here is the embodiment of the dress watch: just 2 hands, no additional highlights, a ultra-thin development, taking into consideration a case that is just 7.26mm thick, a cutting edge and rather enormous 41mm distance across for a decent wrist presence, and now a combination of slate dim dial and pink gold case, hotter than the current gleaming white dial. Inside the case ticks a notable development, the type 1120, which powered a significant number of the 1970s sports extravagance watches, including the VC 222. it is here finely enhanced, with Hallmark of Geneva certification.
Details: ref. 43075/000R-B404 – 41mm x 7.26mm pink gold case – slate dim dial – type 1120, ultra-thin (2.45mm thick) programmed with 40h power reserve, time-only. Price around Eur 32,400
The Vacheron Constantin Traditionnelle Automatic
Vacheron Constantin’s vision of a viable every day dress watch is the Traditionnelle Automatic. Without a doubt it combines the comfort of the programmed twisting with the presence of a date on the dial, somewhat helpful in a business climate. The date is adjusted by a little second dial set at 9 and the watch has retrained extents, as just 38mm in width and 8mm thick. Inside the case is the type 2455, a notable base type by VC. It joins previously existing yellow gold, white gold and pink gold forms, all with white dials.
Details: ref. 87172/000R-B403 – 38mm x 8mm pink gold case – slate dim dial – Caliber 2455 with 40h power reserve, programmed twisting, sign of the time, little second, date. Price around Eur 26,700
The Vacheron Constantin Traditionnelle Manual Winding
The last of these 6 new models in the Vacheron Constantin Traditionnelle Collection is the easiest of all, yet additionally perhaps the most rich. It imparts its case to the programmed adaptation, which means a 38mm measurement, with a much slimmer profile (7.77mm). The dial is adjusted and rich, with just a small second at 6. The sapphire caseback revels a huge and all around designed hand-wound development, the type 4400, with 65h power reserve, and the Hallmark of Geneva confirmation. it will join a generally existing pink gold/white dial version.
Details: ref. 82172/000R-B402 – 38mm x 7.77mm pink gold case – slate dark dial – type 4400 AS, with 65h power reserve, manual breeze, hours, minutes, little seconds. Price around Eur 20,900