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Vacheron Constantin Harmony Dual Time Cal 2460DT
by Kyle Stults on January 24, 2015
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SIHH 2015…

Vacheron Consantin Harmony Dual Time duo - Perpetuelle

Having taken you through the ultra-exclusive flagship pieces in Vacheron Constantin’s new Harmony collection, there are a couple additional pieces I wanted to run through.  The Harmony Dual Time, with new Caliber 2460DT, is one of them.  Vacheron Constantin has put forth three references of the new dual time watch:  two for men (Dual Time Ref 7810S/000G-B050 (white gold) and 7810S/000R-B051(pink gold)), and one for women (Dual Time Ref 7805S/000G-B052.  Let’s take a closer look.

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Montblanc Villeret Tourbillon Cylindrique Geosphères Vasco Da Gama
by Kyle Stults on January 23, 2015
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SIHH 2015…what a watch!

Montblanc Villeret Tourbillon Cylindrique Geospheres Geosphères Vasco Da Gama watch - Perpetuelle.

Introducing the Montblanc Tourbillon Cylindrique Geospheres Geosphères Vasco Da Gama.  Yea, it’s a mouthful, but this piece from the Montblanc Villeret collection — it’s most prestigious — is an incredible watch.  Montblanc has just killed it here in form and function.  It is a timepiece that unites for the first time ever a cylindrical tourbillon and unique, functional worldtime indication.  Only 18 pieces of the Tourbillon Cylindrique Geosphères Vasco da Gama will be made, at a price of MSRP is 250,000 Euros per.

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Montblanc Heritage Chronometrie ExoTourbillon Chronograph ‘Vasco da Gama’
by Kyle Stults on January 23, 2015
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SIHH 2015…aventurine dial…

Montblanc Heritage Chronometrie ExoTourbillon Chronograph 'Vasco da Gama' - aventurine dial - Perpetuelle

As I mentioned in my introduction of the Montblanc Heritage Chronometrie ExoTourbillon Chronograph, a special “Vasco da Gama” edition is being produced in a limited edition run of only 60 pieces.  Montblanc has introduced several pieces this year across the range in recognition of the famous Portuguese explorer of the late 1400s, the first to reach India by sea from Europe.

Sharing the same mechanical characteristics of the non-limited piece, the Heritage Chronometrie ExoTourbillon  Chronograph “Vasco da Gama” edition is housed in a 44mm 18-carat white gold case.  Its aesthetic is distinguished by its beautiful dial.  Made of aventurine with a Montblanc star-shaped diamond inset, it is nothing short of gorgeous.  Further, the sub-dial which sits just inside of the 31-day date ring has a special blue patterned finish to it.  Have a look.

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Montblanc Heritage Chronométrie ExoTourbillon Minute Chronograph
by Kyle Stults on January 23, 2015
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SIHH 2015…

Montblanc Heritage Chronométrie ExoTourbillon Minute Chronograph - Perpetuelle

Let’s shift focus now to a brand whose 2015 lineup we have not looked at yet, Montblanc.  With Jerome Lambert (former CEO of Jaeger-LeCoultre) at the helm for two full cycles now, it is apparent that the watch culture at Montblanc has changed dramatically.  Last year Montblanc surprised us all with its very nicely styled and relatively affordable perpetual calendar, Moonphase ($12,800 stainless steel) , Moonphase ($14,700 red gold), and Pulsograph ($34,500 red gold), all part of a new Meisterstück Heritage collection.  This year, they have a very diverse lineup, with exciting products across the range from affordable to super high end.  I’ll start near the middle, with the Heritage Chronométrie ExoTourbillon Minute Chronograph.

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