United States, South Korea, Italy, Australia, Tom Cruise has traveled practically the entire world to promote his new film Mission: Impossible 7. And while it’s unfortunate that some of the big cities missed out on their attendance, it must be said that Tom Cruise did the job perfectly. Master of the art of bringing crowds to their feet whenever he travels, the 61-year-old did not fail to flash his big smile as the film’s happy actor and producer. Mission Impossible: Dead Reckoning Part 1, the seventh installment of one of the most successful (and profitable) sagas in Hollywood. And although his style of clothing is usually simple, but impeccable and functional, her watches are a very interesting subject.
Tom Cruise is a lover of watches and, at each appearance, a piece from her collection elegantly adorns her left wrist. In Atlanta, for example, he wore a classic Rolex model, the Oystersteel Oyster Perpetual Cosmograph Daytona; in New York and Seoul, he wore his Cartier Santos Grand Modèle, a watchmaking classic that some might consider affordable, at least when it comes to luxury models. However, this was not the case with the watch that accompanied his visit to Australia.
One piece that has it all
To promote Mission: Impossible 7, Tom Cruise he chose a watch that costs around $150,000. It’s about a Vacheron Constantin Overseas Perpetual Calendar Ultra-Thin, a direct descendant of the mythical reference 222 that Brad Pitt loves to wear in its gold and steel versions. However, the model of Tom Cruise falls more into the category of sports watches.
Its 41.5 mm case is made of 18-carat white gold, as is the bracelet. The watch is ultra-thin, just 8.1mm thick and weighs just 194 grams, including the steel bracelet (you can choose a leather or rubber strap). The dial is blue, with hands —bathed in luminescent material— and rose gold indices. As for the heart of this watch, the automatic movement in caliber 1120 qp/1, with 36 jewels, it is responsible for granting a 40-hour power reserve. And if you wonder about the complications, everything is covered, because the Vacheron Constantin It offers the opportunity to read the hours, minutes and the date on a dial with a perpetual calendar, moon phase reading and a 48-month counter with leap year indication.
In short, this tom cruise watchAlthough it is not for everyone, it is an exceptional watch that we would all like to be able to wear on the wrist.
Article originally published in GQ France.
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