Vacheron Constantin Fiftysix

Classically designed dial and compact 40-mm tonneau case form the style-defining character of the Fiftysix. The protective case in a rare tonneau shape is covered by a transparent back made of sapphire crystal. Round bezel, aperture and crown are made of red gold or stainless steel depending on the model. Three circles of different sizes clearly depict the reading units for seconds, minutes and hours on the metal dial in white, silver-gray or blue. The indication of the main numerals 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 and 12 is in Arabic notation. The timepieces are held by a color-coordinated Alligator Mississippiensis leather strap with pin or folding clasp.

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The wristwatches in the Fiftysix line reflect the confidence and personality of the wearer. They are an updated homage to the 6073 model from the 50s. Different designs bring different functions. The "Fiftysix Day and Date Display" features the view for hours and minutes, date with hand, central seconds and day of the week display by hand. It ennobles the "Hallmark of Geneva", which is a quality criterion for the clockwork assembled in the canton of Geneva. A "Fiftysix Automatic" is, in addition to displaying the time, equipped with a 48-hour power reserve, day of the week indicator with pointer, as well as an automatic manufacture caliber 1326 with date display at "3". In the "Fiftysix Full Calendar", there is an accurate moon phase display in addition to a month and weekday window. The "Tourbillon", which is slightly larger at 41 mm, houses small seconds on the tourbillon cage and 80 hours of power reserve.

Good is not good enough

Vacheron Constantin follows the motto One of not many. Meticulous perfectionist detail work creates exclusive watches for connoisseurs, enthusiasts and collectors. Production is kept low in favor of the highest quality standards. The know-how of the Swiss watch manufactory dates back to 1755. Since 1880, the picture and trademark known as the Maltese Cross has complemented the company name. The lugs of the Fiftysix models take up this cross shape.