As each watch is an individual piece, the data concerning the number of carats, given for information reasons only based on the average number of carats of the inspected lots, can vary slightly from one model to another.
Guidelines: for daily use, activities on the surface of the water (e.g. leisure swimming, diving from the pool edge but not from a diving board).
Not for underwater swimming.
Guidelines: for underwater swimming.
Not a diving watch as defined in the international standard ISO 6425.
Concept of water-resistance
Except for certain models, Vacheron Constantin watches are designed and manufactured to be water-resistant to at least 30 meters.
Please note that, in principle, temperature fluctuations and external factors such as the use of solvents and cosmetics, violent shocks or sudden movements can all affect the water-resistance of a watch.
Water-resistance is not a permanent value (it is subject to wear and the natural aging of the water-resistance seals). To preserve the characteristics of the watch over time, and as required by ISO 22810/NIHS 92-20, we suggest that you:
Taking care of your watch
For more complete information on taking care of your Vacheron Constantin watch, please read the user manual carefully, or refer to the "Taking Care of your watch" section of our website.