The Overseas watches are the rather inconspicuous ones within the Vacheron Constantin collections. This is entirely unjust in my eyes! Have a look at these two …
I know that Vacheron Constantin is working on the relaunch of its Overseas collection. Maybe we are going to see new models next year in January at the SIHH in Geneva. Whatever the designers plan to do, they rather not reinvent the legendary Overseas. I recommend them to refine its look and to present a whole new range of attractive models.
Together with the Royal Oak from Audemars Piguet, the Marine from Breguet, the Diagono from Bulgari, the Nautilus from Patek Philippe and the Polo from Piaget these are the ticking Range Rovers of the industry. Noble and robust watches that simply differ from the other ticking SUVs…
This is the new 300 pieces limited Vacheron Constantin Overseas Dual Time, indicating hours, minutes, seconds, date by separate hand, second zonetime with day/night indication and the power reserve
The watch is powered by calibre 1222 SC, a mechanical, self-winding movement; its 42 mm, 150 meters waterproof steel case features a soft-iron inner case offering an anti-magnetic protection; 26.6 mm (11’’’ ¼) diameter; 4.85 mm thick; approximately 40 hours of power reserve; 4 Hz (28,800 A/h); 153 components; 34 jewels
This is the new 350 pieces limited Vacheron Constantin Overseas Quantième Simple, indicating hours, minutes, seconds and the date
The watch is powered by calibre 1226, a mechanical, self-winding movement; its 42 mm, 150 meters waterproof steel case features a soft-iron inner case offering an anti-magnetic protection; 26.6 mm (11’’’ ¼) diameter; 3.25 mm thick; approximately 40 hours of power reserve; 4 Hz (28,800 A/h); 143 components; 36 jewels
Both watches are delivered with a blue rubber and a blue Mississippiensis alligator leather strap, hand-stitched, with large square scales, a stainless steel clasp and a triple blade folding clasp, double security with buttons