Vacheron Constantin is considered to be the first company that was able to create one of the most complicated wristwatches in the world entitled Tour de I'lle. It was created in 2005 to mark the anniversary of 250 years of Vacheron Constantin. The watch includes 834 parts and 16 horological complications. It was only available through the Vacheron Constantin shop in Geneva, Switzerland and sold for more than $1 million.
Looks great, thanks for the wrist shot! Just wish Seiko would introduce more of their high end auto/auto chrono movements for the non-Japan market ... the Premier seems to be the nicest of the bunch available outside Japan.
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