Vacheron Constantin, the oldest Swiss luxury watch manufacturer, unveils a unique, limited edition collection of novelty timepieces each year. This year the brand, known for its technical mastery and utmost sophistication, is revealing their highly anticipated World Time, a patent-pending caliber including all 37 time zones of the world.
One of their most talked-about models of 2011 is the Patrimony Traditionnelle World Time, which is the first watch to ever display all 37 times zones including those offset by Universal Coordinated Time (UCT) by a quarter hour. Marked with the esteemed Geneva Hallmark, the Patrimony Traditionelle World Time is a self-winding watch that exudes both timeless beauty and discreet elegance. The display contains three dials, one of which is a distinctively shaded sapphire crystal disk specifying day and night around the world.
Valued at around $39,900 the Patrimony Traditionelle World, as well as other 2011 edition timepieces can be exclusively purchased at one of the 27 Vacheron Constantin boutiques located in three continents.