The Overseas has always been a bit of a polarizing collection. Some people love it, some people don’t. I think this simply comes down to people having a hard time accepting a sports watch from Vacheron Constantin, a manufacture traditionally known for dress watches and complications. I mean, why buy a Vacheron Constantin when you could buy a Rolex, right? But I think that way oversimplifies the question and, frankly, misses the mark by quite a bit. When the Overseas was relaunched two years ago, we got a collection that was plenty sporty but also with serious Vacheron movements inside and lots of extra detailing outside. Vacheron was able to capture the true essence of what people wanted in a sport watch – reliable, wearable, practical – in an elegant way, especially with the Ultra-Thin.
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