Vacheron Constantin Overseas Chronograph
The Overseas Chronograph is one of the most popular and coveted watches from the oldest watch manufacturer established nearly hundreds of year ago. With avant-garde creations over the years, Vacheron Constantin has today established itself as a leading Swiss watchmaker that ensures to continue impressing watch enthusiasts across the world in the coming days too.
However, when it comes to Vacheron Constantin Overseas Chronograph, there is perhaps nothing that will fail to impress even an amateur collector. From the dial to the buckle, the design and implementation are outstanding. Let’s today delve into this famous and sought-after model that comes with unique aesthetics and excellent artistry.
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Features that Make Vacheron Constantin Overseas Chronograph Special
- The Case, Bezel & Bracelet
There are many features of the Overseas Chronograph for appreciating visually. The watch comes with an exclusive notched bezel. However, the polished and knurled screw-down pushers and screw-down crown complement its unique bezel.
- Interestingly, all these features boost the overall appeal of the contrasting brushed-finish of the steel case and bracelet.
- However, the links of the Overseas’ bracelet are shaped like half of the “Maltese” cross, that is, the brand’s logo.
And the prominent bevels form conspicuous reflective angles. Overall, the integrated bracelet of the Overseas Chronograph provides much comfortable wear.
- The Guillochage Dial
The Vacheron Constantin Overseas Chronograph flaunts a geometric guillochage dial, offering a more traditional, elaborate and subtle look.
If you take a close look at it, you will notice that the pattern is pretty close to the more traditional guilloche “clou de paris” pattern. Moreover, the three-dimensional textured surface consists of three sub-dials that are unequal in size.
- The Calibre 1137 Movement
Vacheron Constantin designed the Calibre 1137 movement exclusively for the Overseas Chronograph. Interestingly, it is based on the 1185 movement from Frederic Piguet.
- However, the brand has added a big double-disc date indicator surrounding the sub-dials for chronograph minutes, hours and running seconds.
- The Calibre 1137 movement offers a power reserve of 40hours. It is not impressive but at least competitive for that time.
Unlike the current Overseas models, the movement in this version is housed within a solid case-back. Besides, the Vacheron Constantin Overseas Chronograph is available in many dial options, including black and white.
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