Available in a 42mm steel case with a screw-lock crown, both the Overseas (simple date) and Overseas Dual Time watches feature deep blue dials bearing luminescent hands and hour-markers for optimal readability.
Both watches boast design hallmarks closely associated with Vacheron Constantin’s sporty and technical line that first launched in 1996, including powerful, flowing lines and a caseback engraved with the famous Amerigo Vespucci three-mast ship.
They also come with two dark blue straps matching the dial: one in vulcanised rubber and the other in Mississipiensis alligator leather.
Other notable features include a triple-blade, double-pusher folding clasp offering both security and comfort for the wearer.
The Overseas (simple date) model is strictly limited to just 350 pieces while the Overseas Dual Time model is produced in a run of 300.
Founded by Jean-Marc Vacheron in 1755, Vacheron Constantin has grown to become one of the world’s most famous luxury watch makers.