If you’re a fan of the latest generation Overseas models, you’re going to really like the Dual Time. It has a 41mm case in the familiar Overseas shape with the signature bezel and semi-tonneau profile. This model is 12.8mm thick, so the overall package is beefy enough that it definitely feels like a sports watch, and it has the same soft iron inner case ring that makes the Overseas resistant to magnetism. It has elegant lines, but this is no dress watch. There is an 18k pink gold version that’s a little more buttoned-up, but I really think it’s the steel models that shine here. You can opt for either a deep blue or silver-tone dial, with the former offering a more classic Overseas look, and the latter offering a cool monochromatic take on the form.
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