Introducing: Vacheron Constantin Announces Ten (!) New Harmony Models, Including A Complete Calendar With Moonphase

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The Harmony Complete Calendar

The greatest news is the Harmony Complete Calendar, which includes another development just as another complication for the assortment. This is probably hopefully acceptable in case you’re a fanatic of the complication by any stretch of the imagination; it’s extremely traditional in pretty much every regard. The date is appeared on an external part ring by a bow tipped hand, with a middle seconds hand, day and date windows, and an age and period of the moon show (exact to one day in 122 years). It may have been ideal to see the seconds in a sub-dial, however I believe that may have made it look altogether too much as though this reference needed to be taken for an unending schedule. The new development is type 2460 QC; the base development, type 2460, is being used in other VC looks too (the greatest contrast between this variation and prior models, will obviously be the complete schedule plate). It’s a 29mm x 5.4mm self-twisting development with a 40-hour power hold. The instance of the watch is 40mm x 49.3mm x 11mm, it’s strong 18k 5N pink gold, and the watch has an opaline dial with anthracite numbers. It retails for $41,000.

The Harmony Tourbillon Chronograph In Pink Gold

This is a pink gold adaptation of the current reference 5100s/000P-B056 – the Harmony Tourbillon Chronograph in platinum , which has a dull blue strap and a to some degree more grave appearance. This new form is hotter and more receptive in pink gold, with a similar development inside, the type 3200/260. It’s a 32.8mm x 6.7mm hand-wound monopusher chronograph and tourbillon running at 18,000 vph. The case measurements stay 42mm x 52mm x 12.81mm and it retails for $245,000.

The Harmony Chronograph (New Dial Treatment)

The contrasts between the first Harmony monopusher chronograph  and this new variety are in the dial and hands. The first had a blue central chronograph seconds hand and minutes register, with coordinating blue Arabic numerals for the time. The fresher form is a smidgen more traditional, maybe, with its utilization of anthracite over blue, however its overall traditionalism appears to be a somewhat better fit for the throbs scale, which is after each of the an expert’s instrument in its root. The cost for this model is $65,800.

Amicability Chronograph Small Models

When we initially saw the first Harmony Chronograph Small Model at SIHH 2015 , it appeared in pink gold with a jewel set bezel and blue numbers and chronograph hands. A few of us at HODINKEE are card-conveying individuals from the more modest is-better unexpected and obviously we did the anticipated thing: wrung our hands and groaned, “without precious stones this would be peeeeerrrrffffeeeecccct,” as a significant number of our perusers no uncertainty did also. Our aggregate faltering has been heard: here it is, and with anthracite chronograph hands as well. The development inside is as yet the fan-most loved type 1142 (as found in the Cornes de Vache chronograph ) and the measurements are the equivalent: 37mm x 46.6mm x 11.74mm.

Should you incline toward the watch with the precious stones all things considered, however with the more traditionally formal anthracite chronograph hands and numbers, Vacheron has you covered for that too. The cost for the new model is $62,200.

Five New Harmony Dual Time Models

At dispatch, Vacheron Constantin offered the Harmony Dual Time watch in two adaptations : 18k white gold and 18k 5N pink gold. Both had the blue numerals and blue sub-dial/explicit complication hands normal for the assortment generally speaking at dispatch (that is, the hands for the subsequent time region sign and for the 24 hour sign were blue in the first models. The new forms all offer the anthracite work hands normal for the new models, and are offered in white or pink gold with anthracite delivers a huge model (40mm x 49.3 mm, and 11.43 mm thick), two precious stone set little models (37.46mm x 11.18mm x 11.18mm and set with 88 round-cut jewels), and a little pink gold model without diamonds.

The precious stone set little models are $44,200, the little model without jewels is $36,000, and the enormous models without jewels and with anthracite hands are $38,300.

All models convey the Geneva Hallmark.

You may likewise make the most of our latest scene of Three On Three, in which we compared a Vacheron Constantin Harmony Chronograph to a Patek Philippe 5170G and A. Lange & Söhne Datograph.