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Vacheron Constantin's new Overseas keeps you on time no matter where you on the planet

A beautiful and versatile worldtimer.
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There's no arguing that Vacheron Constantin makes some of the finest world timers out there and there latest Overseas model is no exception. The Overseas Worldtime features 37 time zones on a lacquered disc that surrounds a sunburst-finished map of the continents. Sized at 43.5mm, the watch features an automatic in-house Caliber 2460 WT that features a 22K gold oscillating weight and has a 40 hour power reserve. 

The case is constructed from stainless steel and is available in a silver, blue, or brown-toned dial and features a soft iron casing ring that protects it from magnetic fields. It also features a tool-less, interchangeable strap system so you can go from day to night with a metal braclet or leath strap with ease.

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