The Vacheron Constantin Overseas – Part 2, The Creation of the Current Collection

After a close look at the history behind the modern icon that is the Overseas, today it’s time to understand everything behind the creation of the current, third-generation Vacheron Constantin Overseas. Launched in 2016, it was more an evolution than a revolution. Yet, you’ll see that it remains quite a strong transformation and not a simple facelift. Luxurious finishes, simplified yet strong design, sporty attitude, greatly decorated movements and several cool new features make this Overseas 3 the worthy heir of the 222. In this second instalment, we will talk with Christian Selmoni, the brand’s heritage and style director, about the Vacheron Constantin Overseas third-generation and what makes a desirable luxury sports watch.


Leroy Hanson says:

knife O9n

Walevolence says:

I like the Overseas 3 as a good understated alternative as compared to the boring hyped AP and PP RoyalOak and Nautilus. Sad to see the grey market selling it way cheaper than the boutiques.

Mohammed Alyafei says:

My dream watch ❤️

JP Melbs says:

Nice video. The blue 4500V has been on my list for a while now. Love VC as a brand and the 3rd gen Overseas is stunning. Having said that, they completely missed the mark in terms of pricing. They’re a couple of thousand dollars more expensive than the Royal Oak 15400. No wonder they’re selling at a 20-25% discount on the grey market. I’ll wait until prices come down even further, then it’ll be a good deal. Shame, such a missed opportunity for VC. If they priced it competitively, it would have had a real chance against the RO.

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