The last pocket watch movement?

Alex, I believe the current collection features one remaining pocket watch; the Patrimony Contemporaine Excellence Platine, which uses the 4400 wrist watch calibre.

Does this mean this calibre 1701, including a fantastic sequelette version, was the last dedicated pocket watch movement?

The last pocket watch movement?

The cal 1701 is still around, I would guess that it could be used in
10/17/2012 - 11:27
bespoke pocket watches
LOL, I'm sure VC still has the chops
10/17/2012 - 18:42
to put out a decent pocket watch yes.  I think this Cabinotiers with cal. 1701 is from the 1990s?
I love that movement
10/18/2012 - 17:21
It is quite beautiful, no?  Do you happen to have am image of the squellette version? Best, Robert
All you have to do is ask :-)
10/18/2012 - 17:52
Cal 1701 SQ dial sideCal 1701 SQ back side
F. Piguet ebauche
10/18/2012 - 18:54
Paul Boutros made me aware the base ebauche is the classic Frederic Piguet Calibre 15, which at 1.9mm thickness would also be considered an extra-flat movement.  Georges shared this catalog page of the sequelette family: Breguet also used this trim 15-ligne movement in a wristwatch that I find very attractive: