some scans of VC's most complicated watch ever: Tour de l'Ile

Made in 7 pieces between 2005 and 2007 featuring the following complications:

Tourbillon
Minute repeater
Power reserve indicator
Day
Date
Month
Leap year indicator
Perpetual calendar
Moonphase
2nd time zone
Sonnerie level indication
Equation of time
Sunrise
Sunset
Celestial chart 


More on the history soon, meanwhile here are some photos I recently took. All I can say is that the watch is AMAZING some scans of VC's most complicated watch ever: Tour de l'Ile

some scans of VC's most complicated watch ever: Tour de l'Ile

some scans of VC's most complicated watch ever: Tour de l'Ile

some scans of VC's most complicated watch ever: Tour de l'Ile

some scans of VC's most complicated watch ever: Tour de l'Ile

some scans of VC's most complicated watch ever: Tour de l'Ile

some scans of VC's most complicated watch ever: Tour de l'Ile

some scans of VC's most complicated watch ever: Tour de l'Ile

some scans of VC's most complicated watch ever: Tour de l'Ile

some scans of VC's most complicated watch ever: Tour de l'Ile

some scans of VC's most complicated watch ever: Tour de l'Ile
Sensational - where did you get to see it?
07/15/2010 - 23:08
Weren't they all sold or did VC keep one for its museum? Your scans show just how beautiful the case is. Cleverly designed too; even though the TdL'ile is bulky it still seems elegant. Any chance of us ever seeing one of these in the UK? 
it's a prototype VC has kept. I'll try to bring it over for the next
07/16/2010 - 12:04
HL dinner in London
A Pocket Watch for the Wrist!
07/16/2010 - 18:28
With a diameter of 47mm and a thickness of nearly 18mm, plus the additional displays on the back, this marvel would have been happier as a pocket watch IMHO.