This Year Vacheron Constantin focus on its refreshed Malte Tourbillon Openworked replica watch.
Today, let’s discover the Malte Tourbillon Openworked replica timepiece. The new pink gold creation is joining The Malte collection and its creations featuring a tonneau shape case, contemporary lines and a pure, understated display.
In 2014, Vacheron Constantin created Caliber 2790 SQ, a skeletonised barrel-shaped caliber, for the Malte Tourbillon Openworked in a platinum case. The collection is now joined by a skeleton fake Vacheron Constanti Malte Tourbillon Openworked model with an 18K 5N pink gold case.
The tourbillon showcases the Vacheron Constantin caliber 2790 SQ, a manual-winding movement with a 45-hour power reserve that was launched in 2014 in the platinum Tourbillon Openworked. Almost every visible metal surface has been hand-engraved with geometric shapes, both front and back, giving added depth to the layers of bridges.
Complete with Maltese cross-shaped tourbillon (with small seconds on the carriage) at 6 o’clock, the pink gold-coated movement requires 540 man hours to craft from start to finish.
Around 540 hours of patient, rigorous and accurate workmanship, from the development of the caliber to the manual finishing of each of its 246 components, are required to achieve the clever balance between a tourbillon mechanism and the aery openworked aesthetic.
The curved shape of the watch is complemented by an elegant alligator leather brown strap secured by a half Maltese cross-shaped folding clasp.
A fresh interpretation in rose gold of the tonneau-shape VC Malte Tourbillon Openworked replica watch revealed in 2014.
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