Here we have another showstopper that made it debut at the SIHH 2019 event in Geneva, Switzerland. Several awe-inspiring timepieces were on show, but a select few managed to grab our attention. You have the Panera Submersible Mike Horn Edition with its EcoTitanium manufacturing process and recycled PET strap. H. Moser & Cie follows with their Swiss Alp Watch Concept Black watch, which relies on a minute repeater to tell the time. Then there’s the Ulysse Nardin Freak X as it finally returns to form with a traditional crown. Finally, we have the Vacheron Constantin Traditionnelle Twin Beat Perpetual Calendar and its groundbreaking new feature.

What makes this luxury wristwatch so special is the innovative power conservation system when it’s not In use. We know that most top-shelf watches boast remarkable power reserves. However, this new offering from Vacheron Constantin uses its dynamic caliber to deliver up to 65 days more than its competitors. We would love to see the watchmaker include the tech in their future models.

The advanced technology of its mechanical system allows the user to quickly switch between Active and Standby mode. The patent-pending innovation can detect if the watch is on your wrist or just sitting on a surface and adjusts accordingly. An indicator on the stunning dial shows its current state, which ranges between 5Hz and 1.2Hz. The engineering of the Vacheron Constantin Traditionnelle Twin Beat Perpetual Calendar manages to cram everything into a compact 42mm case. Moreover, the superb craftsmanship that goes into each timepiece will make it a worthy addition to any luxury watch collection.

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