the new VC website is up and definately worth checking out

Huh? I only saw some modifications on the home page....
08/21/2007 - 03:03

The webpages showing the collection look the same to me.  I wish VC would do some further updating on the website.  I use a low resolution on my monitor for larger print & the VC website is one of a small handful that doesn't automatically reset the size.  Unless I change my monitor's resolution before going to the VC website, the pages won't fully display across my monitor & no slide bars appear for me to move the page from side to side.  For some reason, though, the Hour Lounge pages do give me a slide bar to navigate the pages from side to side.

I wish the VC collections would show all of its watches in a high resolution format where one could fully view (& drool) at the beauty & craftsmanship.  For example, in the Malte collection you can pick the Tonneau Chronograph & see a single large photo of the rose gold model on its side & tilted at about 30 degrees.  It's somewhat ackward to view & if you want to look at the other versions, you get these little teeny tiny pictures that are not very illustrative.

Oh, well, I guess it's my crying  and griping day .  But I sure wish VC would look at how other companies present large versions of their products on their websites.

Nicholas

Re: Huh? I only saw some modifications on the home page....
08/21/2007 - 13:06

I agree with Nicholas - while the site has been improved, I wish the updated version would have shown more pictures of its watches...

at least watches like the Patrimony automatic launched last year
08/21/2007 - 16:58

finally appear on line!!

yes I think that I got over excited seeing the new home page :-)
08/22/2007 - 22:09

nt

Re: the new VC website is up and definately worth checking out
08/23/2007 - 00:04

I just had a look at the new site and I think they did a very good thing

maybe not all the latest models are on but the lay-out and presentation are first class

I especially like the attention for the old masterpieces

My compliments to Vacheron and their new web site

Victor