Ahead of its official launch at SIHH 2018, Vacheron Constantin has recently presented the new Overseas Dual Time 7900V watch. Inside is the new Vacheron Constantin Caliber 5110 DT, which allows for the simultaneous reading of two time-zones, hence the name of the watch. A standard complication no doubt, but one that has been noticeably missing from the collection of this luxury sports watch.
Inside is the new Vacheron Constantin Caliber 5110 DT, which allows for the simultaneous reading of two time-zones, hence the name of the watch. The new Overseas Dual Time plugs an obvious yet important gap in the collection and does it with class and style, and of course a new in-house movement.
The 41mm case is similar to that of the Overseas Automatic 4500V, however, it is understandably a bit thicker at 12.8mm (versus 11.0mm) and will be available in your choice of steel or rose gold.
The steel version offers a choice of either a translucent blue or silver-toned lacquered dial, both with a sunburst satin-finished base with a velvet-finished flange. The rose gold version meanwhile will only be offered with the silver-toned dial at this stage. All three versions are rated water resistant to 150m and of course feature Vacheron Constantin’s six-sided bezel inspired by the emblematic Maltese cross.
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