Vacheron Constantin Overseas Auto (BLUE) 4500V/110A-B128 Luxury Watch Review

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The Vacheron Constantin Overseas is encased in stainless steel surrounding a blue dial on a stainless steel bracelet. Functions include hours, minutes, seconds, and date. The watch also measures 41mm in diameter, 11.2mm in thickness, and 48.9mm from lug-to-lug.

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Comments

DeAd says:

cant see the fine details becoz of how bright the background is..

Rich Buddy says:

Tim with reference to the blue dial, are you speaking of Patek? That blue dial is closest to the Gondolo blue. These 2 watches have the best blue dials I’ve seen in person that is.

Vrbas Jimmy Page says:

my “grail piece”. Looks way better than the chrono in my eyes….some day!

986C says:

Beautiful watch and another great review.

David Bernat says:

The thing about this watch is how much it resembles terrific offerings from Rolex, Omega and even GS. So, I’m not sure I’d spend the $$ for this when I can get great offerings from those other brands. Thus, I’d opt for the Overseas Chrono instead. Now THAT’S A distinctive watch!

Swiss Watch Craze says:

Now that’s a watch! Good job Tim.

SP says:

This blue dial must be seen to be believed!

Justin Hill says:

The VC Overseas (particularly this blue dial variant) is pulling my attention away from the Royal Oak. Am I going crazy?!

peter paul says:

Hi Tim, you mention that the lug to lug is 48+mm, but in physical terms, it is quite comparable to the 54mm of the 15400. It also wears bigger than the smaller diameter and case Nautilus, which is 51.5mm. Is the 48+ of the VCO accurate please? I have tried on this watch a few times but did not pull the trigger because I thought it is too big on my 6.5″ wrist.

Gui Gui says:

I really like this watch, however the split seconds indices ruin it for me. Why show 5ths of a second demarcations on a watch keeping time to 8ths? For a brand where everything seems so well considered normally this feels like an oversight rather than a deliberate design element.

WatchBox Reviews says:

This might be the most attractive of the generation three Overseas collection. In 41mm, the case’s lugs better align with the swell of its bracelet, and proportions overall seem more graceful than on the 42.5mm chronograph.
Best,
Tim

Hue Man says:

This channel gives me a deeper appreciation for human beings and the amazing things they create. Sometimes I forget when I am sitting in traffic and dealing with day to day struggles.
Thanks Tim!

Dave C says:

The bracelet flair is very very real here and not even mentioned. Disappointed you’re trying to sell this to smaller wrists down to 14cm. One can see it doesn’t even quite snuggle around your own 16cm wrist. Tsk tsk, the salesman in you.

ripperx444 says:

I am highly considering trading in my watches and having this be my only piece for a while. It’s my favorite brand and the coolest variation!!

Andrew Steel says:

Move over AP and Patek.

D William says:

Great Watch. I’ll be buying one over the RO as soon as the ink is dry on my divorce!

jumboJetPilot says:

Amazing! But why the sub-minute indices on a non-chronograph? That blue – sensational! I wished maker’s would offer an equivalent in green and red.

Kevork Nourian says:

Stunning watch

tar1895 says:

Absolutely beautiful

Dis Count says:

now that is a watch

Alan says:

I have this exact watch. Love it

Thomas Pomeroy says:

I didn’t see a link to this specific watch or on the website.

Captain Zed says:

Absolutely exquisite piece.

Alvin Aw says:

This is gonna be my next VC,,,,, I have printed it out & pinned it on the board above my desk! Gonna me my soon.

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