Vacheron Constantin “It is not important what we have, only what we have done.” Reinhold Messner Hoping everyone is enjoying a great summer! I’ve returned briefly to get something off my mind in hopes that releasing the thought from its cranial cage will allow me to enjoy the rest of this too-brief
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I hope you don't mind if I insert this brief review of the 6394 from years ago? It should be of no great surprise to my fellow Loungers that I believe Vacheron & Constantin’s wristwatches of the 1950’s and 60’s as among the finest timepieces ever created. Within that era, I can further refine this f
Some years ago I became very familiar with this watch using the same bifrequence concept. Amazing how the same principle can be applied to completely opposite outcomes; greater precision in the case of one and greater power economy for the other.