Vacheron Constantin details new Overseas watch

First published: 27-05-2011

Well-known watchmaker Vacheron Constantin has revealed a new timepiece to fit into its Overseas collection, watch fans may be interested to hear.

Entitled the Overseas Perpetual Calendar Chronograph, one of the key design elements of the device is the fact that its dial is styled in both titanium and steel.

Featured within this 42mm diameter case is a face that is decorated in numerous elements, such as sub-dials featuring the day, date, month and moon phase indicators.

Another attractive feature is that the calibre of the fashion watch is based on the F.Piguet cal 1185 chronograph, which has previously been seen in timepieces from high-end brands like Blancpain and Harry Winston.

Vacheron Constantin, which first arrived onto the watchmaking market in 1755, has finished the device with a grey leather strap, which comes packed with an additional rubber bracelet.

Watch fans will need to be quick to purchase the timepiece though, as only 80 units are to be created within this range.


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