Vacheron Constantin has just revealed two stunning watches as part of its Watches & Wonders 2020 unveiling. Putting its popular Overseas sports model in the spotlight, the watchmaker now crafts the wristwatch entirely out of 18K 5N pink gold. Adding to this newly refined Overseas is an extremely slim case (4.05 mm) that houses the coveted perpetual calendar/moonphase complication.
For those looking for a more traditional aesthetic, Vacheron Constantin will be selling a blue-lacquered dial version, and for the adventurous, an openworked skeletonized version. Both watches feature the day of the week, date, month, a 48-month leap year counter, and moonphase. The manufacture 1120 QP/1 – QPSQ movements both contain 40 hours of power reserve, beat at 19,800 vibrations per hour, and are made from 276 components.
As with all third generation Overseas, this watch will come with additional premium quick-change straps — rubber and leather — for instances when the 18K-gold bracelet is not appropriate. Retailing for $115,000 USD for the skeletonized version and $88,500 USD for the blue-lacquered dial version, look for both these Overseas Perpetual Calendar Ultra-Thins over at Vacheron Constantin’s website.
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