Vacheron Constantin 89000/000R-9655 description
The (Patrimony) Traditionelle 14-Day Tourbillon was launched in 2011. It was the first watch to feature the caliber 2260 tourbillon movement with 14-day power reserve and the first Vacheron Constantin timepiece to be approved according to the 2012 Hallmark of Geneva criteria, which no longer concerned the movement alone, but rather the complete watch as a whole.
The Patrimony Traditionnelle 14-day Tourbillon faithfully reflects the design codes that have forged the reputation of this line imbued with a sense of purism and rigorously high standards. A slender bezel, a case middle with a fluted base, a screw-down case-back fitted with a sapphire crystal, facetted hour-markers (double at 12 o’clock), 5N pink gold dauphine hands and an historically inspired opaline silver-toned dial adorned with a variety of finishes: all these refined elements contribute to the unmistakable identity of this restrained and technical collection and serve as a reminder that tradition and modernity quite naturally rub shoulders at Vacheron Constantin.