2010 has brought another titanium and stainless steel masterpiece for the well-known luxury brand Vacheron Constantine, the Overseas Dual Time watch. The Overseas collection has been a popular one for the brand since the launch of the first version in 1996. A beautiful watch with great functionality for travelers and collectors alike, the model offers two time zones, a day/night indicator, a power reserve complication, and a date display. Pricing for this watch is expected to be about $15,000-$17,000 (USD) when it becomes available later this year.

The Overseas Dual Time case is 42 millimeters in diameter crafted in stainless steel with a titanium bezel. The push-piece is protected with a titanium guard. The solid case-back has been stamped with the "Overseas" medallion has been secured with screw fastening. The superior case construction guarantees an impressive Water resistance that has been tested at a pressure of 15 Bar, equivalent to 150 meters. The slate-grey dial has a circular satin-brushed finish with a painted outer minute circle and 12 applied hour-markers in 18-carat gold highlighted with a white luminescent substance. The watch comes with a hand-sewn dark grey square-scale alligator leather strap and an additional strap in black rubber. The watch is secured to your wrist with a double-safety triple-blade folding clasp in stainless steel.

The watch is powered by the mechanical self-winding movement caliber 1222 SC. The movement is protected by an antimagnetic screen and measures 4.85 millimeters thick and 26.60 millimeters wide. It contains no less than 34 jewels and beats at a frequency of 28,800 vibrations/hour. The movement allows for a power reserve of approximately 40 hours. The reference number for the Vacheron Constantin Overseas Dual Time Steel & Titanium is 47450/000W-9511.


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