Famous watchmaker of Switzerland, Vacheron Constantin launched an exclusive wrist watch in 2005 to mark the grand celebration of the 250th anniversary of the company. The name of this watch was Tour de l’Ile and it was named after a historical place, Quai de l’Ile. This Swiss company claims that this watch is the most complex timepiece in the world because, before manufacturing this wrist watch, it took 10,000 hours to complete the research for creating and designing this luxury wrist watch.
The watch has dual faces and for its limited edition run, only 7 pieces were produced. This expensive timepiece was created not only with simple horological features but also has some exclusive astronomical features which includes a perpetual calendar, sunset time, time zone showing the seconds, a minute repeater, time equations, night sky representations and a tourbillion device. If you want to experience so many features in one of the most exclusive timepiece ever made by a Swiss brand, this is the perfect watch for you – available at a modest cost of $1.5 million.