Esquire (Philippines) - - STYLEAGENDA -

Long be­fore the in­tro­duc­tion of elec­tric light­ing and il­lu­mi­nated di­als, clocks would pro­duce finely-tuned acous­tics to in­di­cate time in the dark. For more than two cen­turies, Vacheron Con­stantin has been cre­at­ing splen­did strik­ing watches that are as thin as pos­si­ble. The Swiss man­u­fac­ture achieved just that with all-new Pat­ri­mony Ul­tra­Thin Cal­iber 1731. The lat­est minute re­peater en­cased in plat­inum is just 8.09mm thick and took four years to per­fect.

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