FiftySix Self-Winding Stainless Steel / Blue
|Material: ||Stainless steel|
|Diameter: ||40.00 mm|
|Height: ||9.60 mm|
|W/R: ||30.00 m|
Vacheron Constantin caliber 1326 is a self-winding movement with a power reserve of 48 hours. It consists of 142 parts including 25 jewels, and measures 26.2mm across at a height of 4.3mm. It was introduced in 2018. It is based on the Cartier 1904 architecture. It is produced by Richemont's Manufacture Horlogère ValFleurier and finished, assembled, and regulated by Vacheron Constantin.
The Vacheron Constantin FiftySix collection was introduced at SIHH 2018. As suggested by its name the collection is inspired by a model introduced in 1956. This watch, reference 6073, paired a classic dial with a bold and modern case. Arguably the most striking element was the design of its lugs, which was inspired by the Maltese cross logo of the brand. The angular lugs of the retro-contemporary 2018 FiftySix are a clear nod to its source of inspiration, and the box-shaped sapphire crystal adds to the retro appeal.
The FiftySix Self-Winding reference 4600E/000A-B487 has a stainless steel case of 40mm. The sector-like dial is blue and features alternating applied stick markers and Arabic numerals, both executed in white gold. It is powered by caliber 1326. This version was added in 2019.