Vacheron Constantin Overseas Chronograph
Sporty and versatile, the Overseas Chronograph from Vacheron Constantin is part of the newly-relaunched Overseas collection from the 262 year old Swiss watch manufacture.
Inside, the new self-winding chronograph movement was developed and manufactured by Vacheron Constantin, after a five-year development process, and possesses a 263-component calibre fitted with a column wheel coordinating the chronograph start, stop and reset functions, as well as a vertical coupling clutch preventing any jerking of the hand when the chronograph starts.
With over 50 hours of power reserve. Available in a silver-toned, brown or blue dial adorned with sunburst, snailed and velvety finishes, gold facetted hands and hour-markers hands sitting atop are coated with a luminescent material ensuring optimal readability.
The Overseas Chronograph comes in a stainless steel or 18K pink gold 42.5 mm-diameter case, as well as a two-tone variation. Its screwed-down pushpieces, crown and caseback guarantee water-resistance to 150 metres, while its transparent back reveals a 22K gold oscillating weight adorned with a wind rose.
The new stainless steel models are each delivered with three interchangeable bracelet/straps: a steel bracelet with an easy-fit system, along with rubber and leather straps. The two latter are fitted with an equally interchangeable stainless steel folding clasp. The pink gold model comes with two straps: one in leather and the other in rubber, both fitted with an interchangeable pink gold folding clasp.
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