Introducing the Vulcain 50s Presidents' Watch Classic Automatic The 17th century Italian word Sfumato is a design technique that creates a smoky effect and blurred lines popular with artists such as Italian genius Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519) and Dutch painter Johannes Vermeer (1632-1675). Sfumato has leapt...

Introducing the Vulcain Anniversary Heart Calendar The limited edition Anniversary Heart Calendar was designed in 2008 to celebrate Vulcain’s 150th anniversary after being founded in 1858 and inventing the first mechanical alarm. The model has had an update for 2016 with an eye-catching openwork dial...

Introducing the Vulcain 50s Presidents' Watch Heritage Blue – a colour already found in the Vulcain watch collections – has been given an electric hue to adorn the face of the new 50s Presidents' Watch Heritage model. The dial, with a spiral guilloche pattern producing a stylised...

Vulcain – 50s Presidents' Watch Times change, move on, transform, but time is always the same. One hour is always equal to 60 minutes and a minute always lasts 60 seconds. However, how time is “presented” is…of its times! Just look at how the famous Cricket...

Popular with the world’s VIPs for its design, technology and especially its 20 second alarm inspired by a cricket’s chirp, the famous 50s Presidents' Watch has got in touch with its feminine side. Unlike other watch brands, Vulcain hasn’t touched the size of the steel...

The Locle-based brand has donated this unique 42mm rose gold timepiece to join the Only Watch charity adventure. The mechanical alarm wristwatch has been a star for Vulcain since 1947 and this one shows the Greek god Pegasus’ rise to the heavens. According to legend,...

This limited edition (35 available) is inspired by a 70s model designed by Vulcain, the watch brand behind the famous mechanical timepiece with an alarm function. Designed in collaboration with Hannes Keller, the Cricket Nautical features dive tables on the dial and was worn by...

The first watch fitted with a mechanical adjustable alarm was born in the Vulcain workshops in 1947 after 5 years of development. The “Cricket function” has since become the Locle brand’s signature and is so called because it makes a noise similar to a cricket...