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Vacheron Constantin Quai de L'Ile Day Date & Power Reserve 85050/000r-i0p29


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US - Airmont
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Basic Info

Brand Vacheron Constantin
Code 15807
Movement Automatic
Case material Pink gold
Bracelet material Crocodile skin
Condition 0 (unworn)
  With box
  With papers
Gender Men's watch/Unisex
Location United States, New York, Airmont
Price $43,460
Availability On request


Movement Automatic
Power reserve 40 h
Number of jewels 27


Case material Pink gold
Waterproof 3 ATM
Dial Silver


Bracelet material Crocodile skin
Bracelet color Brown
Clasp Fold clasp


An innovative & contemporary line developed & manufactured in-house by Vacheron Constantin. Named after the companies historical address dating back since 1873-1874. Case:
• Rose Gold - brushed/satin finished case with polished finished bezel & lugs.
• Cushion shaped.
• Composed of 38 individual components.
• Silver dial with two different shades of silver. Main dial has a light silver color, contrasting with the dial perimeter & the sub-dials which are a more metallic silver color & which are slightly elevated.
• Finely printed "VACHERON CONSTANTIN GENEVE" in black ink.
• Applied rose gold hour markers in a combination of indexes & Arabic Numerals.
• Polished rose gold hands.
• Hour & minute hands with luminous fill.
• The dial also feature a small "sun" design which is also produces by the "Metalization process". The sun design is inspired by the clock on the Tour de l’Ile in Place Bel-Air, in the Saint-Gervais district of Geneva. At one time, all the watchmakers on the square set their watches and clocks by it.
Other details:
• Passport - each watch comes with a real passport identifying the exact model number, case number & movement serial number. The Passport is also the Certificate of Authenticity & contains the service card (which is filled in by the VC watchmaker when the time for service is necessary). The Passport incorporates security elements against forgery such as • UV marking in invisible ink: The pattern on the cover is printed in invisible ink and can only be seen with a UV lamp (black light).
• Line engraving and offset printing with highly technical security inks.
• Optical Variable Ink: The sun representing the Tour de l’Ile is in OVI, an ink that changes color with the angle of the document.
• Hot stamping silvered: Thermal printing of silver ink on paper.
• Latent image: Image that is visible depending on the angle of the document.
• Laser perforation: For printing the passport’s unique number.
• Micro-printing: Printing of micro-texts on different pages of the passport: “Since 1755, Vacheron Constantin has been creating exceptional and precious watches that combine tradition, the finest craftsman ship innovation.”
• Transvision: Two incomplete images are printed on either side of a page and brought together using transparency.

• Each watch comes with an additional matching rubber strap & deployant buckle.
• USB Key: The USB is packed with useful information such as An interactive tool available in 11 languages, a word of introduction from the CEO, Watch instructions, Watch data sheet, A “Did you know…” list on the characteristics of the watch, Press photos and animated sequences, Limited international guarantee, Passport details, Step-by-step description of the complete service & much more...
• The watch comes in the newly designed box with a built in window - so that the watch is viewable even though the watch is boxed.
• Comes with a more compact & practical travel pouch.
• VC Caliber 2475sc-1 rhodium (light colored) finish. Beats at 28,800 vph, contains 27 jewels & has an approximate Power Reserve of 40 hours.
• Each movement is stamped with the Geneva Quality Hallmark
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384 Route 59
Airmont, NY 10952
United States
Tel.: [+1] 845-357-8300
Fax: [+1] 845-357-8320
We speak:
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