Vacheron Constantin Vladimir is touted to be the most complicated wristwatch in the world


Luxury watchmaker Vacheron Constantin is known for the custom watches and custom watch movements it chisels into being for its clients. One of these extraordinary timepieces is the Vladimir, a watch created for an astronomy enthusiast, and is one of the most complex and expensive watches designed and manufactured. Using 900 parts, the watch sports a 2750 manually-wound movement and includes a week counter and is based on the Tour de l’Ile.

READ:  Vacheron Constantin unveils new Patrimony Traditionnelle models to mark the debut of its Paris boutique


Also, the watch packs a 47mm wide case in 18k pink gold with custom engraved animals around the sides, as wished by the undisclosed client. Also, the pricing remains a secret, though we’re pretty sure this watch could pretty much blow up bank accounts when it’s auctioned years ahead in the future.
Vacheron-Constantin-Vladimir-watch-2.jpg
Vacheron-Constantin-Vladimir-watch-3.jpg
Vacheron-Constantin-Vladimir-watch-4.jpg
Vacheron-Constantin-Vladimir-watch-5.jpg
[ABlogtoRead]

READ:  The new Montblanc TimeWalker Collection for 2017