Vacheron Constantin’s first passed the ‘Geneva Mark’ new standard certification watch & mdash; & mdash; Patrimony Traditionnelle 14-day power reserve tourbillon watch. This watch is equipped with the brand-new 2260 movement developed and manufactured by the brand, with a power reserve of 14 times.
The new Patrimony Traditionnelle tourbillon watch can pass the new ‘Geneva Mark’ standard, which naturally has its advantages. The 125th anniversary of the birth of the ‘Geneva Mark’ and the new inspection standard have been further improved. This 2260 hand-winding tourbillon movement is equipped with two pairs of four barrels, so it can provide a power reserve of up to fourteen days. Can be wound and relaxed at the same time, so the rotation rate is only a quarter of that of a single barrel configuration. The total length of the spring of the barrel is 2.2 meters, and each can rotate about 13 times. The diameter of the movement is only 12 3/4 legal minutes, which is 29.1mm. In addition to long-term energy storage, multiple barrels can better ensure the stability of the movement after long-term use.
In addition, the movement is composed of 231 parts, with two main boards as the main structure, which is different from the three tourbillons in the brand’s previous tourbillon. The larger the area of the machine plate, the better the brand’s grinding skills can be demonstrated. Only the cylindrical tourbillon machine plate processing process has consumed eleven hours of manual grinding. In addition to the tourbillon display at 6:00 and its small seconds on the frame, the movement also features a non-centered hour and minute display. The fourteen-day power reserve display has a 280-degree hand rotation that is easy to read. The display is located at 12:00 on the silvery-white dial, and the design of the minute scale on the outer ring is inspired by classic pocket watches from many brands.