Introducing The Vacheron Constantin Overseas Dual Time With A Black Dial
Just scarcely in time for the blessing giving season, Vacheron Constantin has reported another dial tone for their lively yet-exquisite Overseas Dual Time. The black sunburst glossy silk completed dial is an expansion to the current dial contributions of silver and blue. This new dial is likely something that invested individuals have been mentioning from Vacheron Constantin since the time the Overseas Dual Time dispatched in November of 2017. With a steel case, and the model’s triplet of included device less compatible lash choices (steel, gator, and elastic), it’s difficult to contend with the wide allure of a black dial and red highlights.
Specs and usefulness continue as before as we’ve found previously – 41mm, 150 meters water-safe, and the brand’s 5110 DT programmed development. What’s more, while I am typically inclined toward a blue dial (and I included the silver dial variant of this very watch in a HODINKEE Magazine piece on extraordinary travel watches), the black dial takes a gander at home encompassed by the entirety of that steel, giving this adaptation of the Overseas Dual Time a more quieted and energetic allure. Moreover, Vacheron works really hard with their black dials (which can sometimes be the most exhausting alternative in a steel watch) and I’m certain this adaptation will be an exceptionally famous choice for anybody searching for a very good quality travel watch that makes it simple to follow a subsequent time zone while sitting tight for Group 1 to start boarding.
Brand: Vacheron Constantin
Model: Overseas Dual Time
Reference Number: 7900V/110A-B546
Case Material: Steel
Dial Color: Black
Water Resistance: 150 meters
Strap/Bracelet: Includes a steel arm band, elastic lash, and gator calfskin – all with instrument less speedy change functionality.
Caliber: 5110 DT
Functions: Hours, minutes, seconds, date, second time zone, am/pm indication
Power Reserve: 60 hours
Frequency: 28,800 vph
Additional Details: Hallmark of Geneva certified
Estimating & Availability
Availability: From December 2019
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