Coming to SIHH next year, the traveler-dedicated Overseas dual time watch flaunts a distinctive six-sided bezel inspired by the emblematic Maltese cross; in-house movements designed for smooth and easy handling; an oscillating weight adorned with a wind rose, interchangeable bracelet/straps: Overseas embodies a modern lifestyle resolutely open to the wider world. This Overseas dual time timekeeper joins the adventure equipped with the eponymous function representing a complication much favored by globetrotters.

 The travel function

Overseas Dual Time Pink gold
Overseas Time Dual Time Blue
Oevsreas Dual Time Silver Tone

The Overseas dual time model is designed to ensure reliable yet elegant wear in every circumstances. Its new mechanical self-winding movement, Vacheron Constantin Caliber 5110 DT, stems from several years of development and enables simultaneous reading of the two time-zones by means of coaxial hands. The hours hand indicates the local time-zone corresponding to the user’s current location, while the hand tipped with a triangular arrow shows the time in a reference time-zone, generally known as “home time”. A 12-hour display, adjustable via the crown in both directions (position 1: local time, independent jumping adjustment; position 2: home time, dragging adjustment of both time-zones and minutes), along with a day/night indication set to home time, and a pointer-type date display, adjusted and secured via a screw-lock pusher at 4 o’clock and synchronized with local time. This 234- component movement oscillates at a frequency of 4 Hz and has a comfortable 60-hour power reserve thanks to its twin barrel that also ensures its regularity.

Prices for the three watches are:

7900V/110A-B334 – blue dial | 25,200€

7900V/110A-B333 – silver-toned dial | 25,200€

7900V/000R-B336 gold dial 40,300€

 

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