Vacheron Constantin caliber 2750
|Date:||Day, Month, Perpetual Calendar, Leap Year, Week Indicator|
|Hands:||Hours, Minutes, Small Seconds, Additional 24 Hour Hand (adjustable)|
|Astronomical:||Equation of time, Sky chart, Sun position / rising time|
|Additionals:||Power Reserve Indicator, Tourbillon Escapement|
Vacheron Constantin caliber 2750 features an array of complications, in addition to the usual display of hours and minutes. To begin with the refined 60-second tourbillon mechanism stands out at 6 o’clock, while next to it at 3 o’clock appears the moon phase on a blue sky with a precision moon in gold, smiling or serious depending on the phase and hand-engraved by Atelier Cabinotiers craftsmen. To its right, a smaller counter with a small blued hand indicates the striking mechanism torque, i.e., whether the minute repeater mechanism is engaged. In addition to the hour and minute hands – one-of-a-kind pieces made especially for this watch –that travel around the slightly off-centre minute markers, the front side of the main dial provides a second time zone with day/night indicator at 11 o’clock. The power reserve indicator is located in the 9 o’clock sector, also enhanced by a 52-week indicator.