Vacheron Constantin

  • Vacheron Constantin Harmony Chornograph Calibre 3300

    A watch which sets my pulse racing Angus Davies reviews the new Vacheron Constantin Harmony Chronograph Calibre 3300 and finds a watch which sets his pulse racing.     Similar to owning a car which has covered a six-figure mileage, as one enters the cardigan-wearing period of middle-age, each rattle and wayward noise causes a…

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  • Vacheron Constantin Métiers d’Art Mécaniques Ajourées

    Baring your soul Angus Davies reviews the Vacheron Constantin Métiers d’Art Mécaniques Ajourées, an open-worked watch, featuring a Grand Feu enamelled ring and housing a skeletonised version of the Caliber 4400.      In the past, I have sat opposite a psychiatrist and been the subject of his professional interest.   Discussing thoughts and experiences…

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  • SIHH 2014 – Vacheron Constantin Malte Small Seconds in white gold (inc. live pics)

    Continuous improvement? Angus Davies reviews the Vacheron Constantin Malte Small Seconds, a watch recently launched in white gold at SIHH 2014. The tonneau-shaped timepiece features some enhancements. Do these changes represent an improvement?     The term “continuous improvement” has become commonplace in management meetings around the globe. Companies will endeavour to update products, services…

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  • Hands-on with the Vacheron Constantin 1972 Prestige

    Herringbone horology Angus Davies visited the prestigious Vacheron Constantin Boutique on London’s Bond Street and spent some time with the brand’s 1972 Prestige model. His “hands-on” watch review of this model focusses on the unusual dial which reminds him of Herringbone tweed.     A traditional Herringbone fabric is timelessly elegant. I remember a jacket…

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  • Alex Ghotbi of the Hour Lounge – The Vacheron Constantin Forum

    A likeminded individual   I first met Alex Ghotbi of the Hour Lounge, the Vacheron Constantin Forum, at the inaugural SalonQP, back in 2009. At the time, I was a marketing professional working in the chemical industry. However, my dreams have never been populated with thoughts of industrial biocides but rather my first love, haute…

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