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MR PORTER x Haulogerie: Watch Picks of the Week #62

Welcome back to the next instalment of MR PORTER x Haulogerie: Watch Picks of the Week, our weekly series where we feature some of our favourite watches from the premier men's online fashion destination. In this week's round-up we'll be featuring pieces from Vacheron Constantin, Roger Dubuis and Cartier. Enjoy!

You can check out last week's picks here.

And don't forget to head to The Haulogerium for our specially curated content. 

Vacheron Constantin Fiftysix Automatic Complete Calendar

"They have a talent that no machine could ever replace," says Vacheron Constantin of its master watchmakers - expertise has passed down from generation to generation since the maison was founded in 1755. Manufactured in Switzerland, this polished 18-karat pink gold 'FiftySix' watch features luminescent hands and indices, a calendar with displays for date, day and month and a precision moon-phase indicator. It's fitted on a leather strap and has an exhibition case back revealing the calibre 2460 QCL/1 automatic movement that's engraved with the Hallmark of Geneva.

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Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Ultra Thin Tourbillon

An "alchemy between past, present and future," is what characterises Jaeger-LeCoultre watches. Timepieces like this 'Master' will strike a chord with purists for the discreet elegance and intricate technicality of its tourbillon complication - each one takes a seasoned horologist up to 18 months to assemble by hand. Housed in solid 18-karat rose gold, this piece's 11.3mm depth belies the brand's complex automatic 982 calibre - you can view all 262 parts at work through the sapphire case back. Make it your choice for formal events - the brown alligator strap will look smart and sophisticated with a suit.

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Roger Dubuis Excalibur Huracán Automatic Skeleton

This particular edition of Roger Dubuis' 'Excalibur' model takes visual cues from the V10 engine beneath the hood of Lamborghini's Huracán - notice the angular bridge, which resembles the powerful supercar's strut bar, and the rim-shaped rotor at the back. Crafted with an 18-karat pink gold and black titanium case, this 45mm timepiece has a skeletonised dial that reveals the powerful RD630 calibre movement, which is made up of 233 components and has a 12° angled balance wheel and 60-hour power reserve. Presented in a carbon fibre-panelled presentation box, it's fitted with an Alcantara® and rubber strap that's extremely durable.

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Parmigiani Fleurier Kalpagraphe Chronograph

Parmigiani Fleurier's 'Kapagraphe' 48mm tonneau-shaped integrated chronograph watch is made from matte-grey titanium that's lightweight and durable, and has an attractive laser-cut skeleton dial inspired by a car's grill. Visible through the exhibition caseback, the COSC-certified PF362 calibre automatic movement oscillates at frequency of 5 Hertz, or 36,000 vibrations per hour - setting it apart from similar models in its class - and boasts a 65-hour power reserve. It's incredibly limited, with only 28 pieces manufactured globally.

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Cartier Santos de Cartier Skeleton Hand-Wound

When Mr Louis Cartier designed the first wristwatch back in 1904 for his friend and Brazilian aviator Mr Alberto Santos-Dumont, he changed the course of horology forever - the iconic style is still just as sophisticated and popular more than 100 years later. This skeleton version is powered by a mechanical movement with manual winding that's visible through the sapphire crystal glass at the front and back. It has a stainless steel case with a matching bracelet and comes with an alligator strap that can easily be swapped in and out without any tools.

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Vacheron Constantin Malte Hand-Wound

As Switzerland's oldest watchmaker, Vacheron Constantin's timepieces are rooted in tradition but designed for a contemporary appearance - this 'Malte' reference, for instance, has a dark-grey dial and matching alligator strap that make it feel sleek and modern. Designed in a tonneau shape that sits comfortably on the wrist, it's cast from polished 18-karat white gold with Roman numerals and a small seconds subdial. It's powered by a reliable Swiss-made calibre 4400 AS hand-wound movement with a 65-hour power reserve, the workings of which can be seen through the transparent case back.

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