Vacheron Constantin Harmony Ultra-Thin Grande Complication Chronograph

Thinnest Split-Seconds Mono Pusher Chronograph

Vacheron Constantin Harmony Ultra-Thin Grande Complication Chronograph

Who says old dogs can’t learn new tricks? Founded in Geneva in 1755, Vacheron Constantin is the oldest watchmaker in continuous operation. In 2015, in honor of its 260th anniversary year, the firm created the Harmony collection of cushion-shaped timepieces, including the Harmony Ultra-Thin Grande Complication Chronograph, whose in-house Geneva Hallmark–certified movement stands a mere 5.2mm tall. The limited-edition model comes in an 8.4mm thick platinum case and is the thinnest mono-pusher, split-seconds chronograph on the market today.

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Published 23rd June 2017
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