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Introducing The Vacheron Constantin Overseas Self-Winding In Full Pink Gold

Introducing The Vacheron Constantin Overseas Self-Winding In Full Pink Gold

Brisk Take

Do you recollect April? It was a couple of months back, and keeping in mind that I review neither its position nor its movement as an estimation of time, I do review expounding on how Vacheron Constantin reported that it would offer its Overseas Perpetual Calendar Ultra-Thin with a blue dial and a coordinating bracelet in 19k pink gold. As time is a level circle, we meet once more, as Vacheron Constantin has quite recently declared a blue and gold variant of its Overseas Self-Winding as a feature of the consistent pattern of media reporting encompassing Watches & Wonders Shanghai.

Starting Thoughts

When the full gold and blue treatment was added to the Overseas QP , I said, “about damn time,” and I can’t say I feel any unique about the time and date adaptation of a similar watch, otherwise known as the Overseas Self-Winding. With a 41mm-wide pink-gold case, this new expansion to the Overseas line shakes a beautiful blue dial, and you would now be able to complete the brisk change lash triple-play as the elastic and the crocodile should compete with a dazzling pink-gold bracelet. 

Like I said when a similar treatment was applied to the Overseas Perpetual Calendar, while this new model doesn’t bring anything in reality new to the table, it develops a famous line with the expansion of a mount that a great deal of clients probably been requesting (particularly for a watch portrayed by its consideration of a few lashes and a device free method of changing said ties). Usefulness remains completely unaltered, with the Overseas Self-Winding enjoying the good life at simply 11mm thick with 150 meters of water obstruction, Vacheron’s 5100 programmed development, and a sapphire showcase caseback. 

Hitting shops with a sticker price of $46,200, this all-gold Overseas Self-Winding addresses an extensive bounce up from a steel adaptation ($19,600), yet may offer a solid center ground for those needing an all the more valuable experience without having to make good some $88,500 for the Overseas Perpetual Calendar. Notwithstanding complication (How long will we need to stand by to see this bracelet added to the pink-gold rendition of the Overseas Dual Time?), it’s basically difficult to beat the blue/gold impact, and this new model appears to be a solid option to the Overseas lineup. 

The Basics

Brand: Vacheron Constantin

Model: Overseas Self-Winding

Reference Number: 4500V/110R-B705

Diameter: 41mm

Thickness: 11mm

Case Material: 18k 5N pink gold

Dial Color: Blue lacquered glossy silk finish

Indexes: Applied

Lume: Hands and markers

Water Resistance: 150 meters

Strap/Bracelet: Comes with a coordinating 18k pink-gold full bracelet, blue gator cowhide lash, and a blue elastic tie; all including device less fast change

The Movement

Caliber: Vacheron Constantin 5100

Functions: Hours, minutes, seconds, date

Diameter: 30.6mm

Thickness: 4.7mm

Power Reserve: ~60 hours

Winding: Automatic

Frequency: 28,800 vph

Jewels: 37

Additional Details: Hallmark of Geneva ensured timepiece 

Estimating & Availability

Price: $46,200

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