The movement in the watch, Vacheron Constantin’s manual-wound Caliber 2795, is in the same tonneau shape as the case. It consists of 169 individual parts, including 27 jewels, and carries a power reserve of approximately 45 hours — nearly two full days. The movement, developed and crafted entirely in Vacheron Constantin’s manufacture, displays a high level of finishing, particularly on its showcase element, the tourbillon carriage, designed to resemble the brand’s Maltese cross emblem. A technique referred to in French as berçage was used in the process of rounding off the tourbillon bar, a process that alone required 12 hours of hand craftsmanship. The Malte Tourbillon Collection Excellence Platine also meets the standards of the Geneva Hallmark. It will be a limited edition of 50 individually numbered pieces.