Vacheron Constantin: Watches & Wonders Overseas Tourbillon, Twin Beat Luxury Watches

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The Vacheron Constantin Traditionnelle Twin Beat Perpetual Calendar was the talk of the show earlier this year at SIHH 2019 and Tim got to get hands on the watch again this past week at Watches and Wonders in Miami, FL.

In addition to the Twin Beat, you’ll get to see an original 1977 Vacheron 222, the 1996 and 2004 versions of the Overseas, as well as the Cabinotiers Armillary Tourbillon Retrograde “Snake.”

-Vacheron Constantin Overseas Tourbillon
-Vacheron Constantin Overseas Automatic
-Vacheron Constantin Overseas Chronograph
-Vintage Vacheron Constantin 222 sports watch
-Vacheron Constantin Cabinotiers Armillary Tourbillon Retrograde Snake
-Vacheron Constantin Traditionnelle Twin Beat Perpetual Calendar

Want more of Tim’s thoughts on Watches and Wonders 2019? Check out this past Monday’s episode of “Watches Tonight”!

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Richard Baptist says:

Man I’d love the original 222. I love the 37.5mm second generation. The best bracelet in the business. Ohh the twin beat – hold my beer!

Jose Dias says:

The Twin beat has 65 days power reserve on the 1.2 Hz and not 65 hours PR

Bubba B says:

VC has such respect from the industry. The tourbillion was impressive. Beautiful movement indeed. You were a lucky dog Mosso, thanx for sharing.

James Wood says:

Vacheron is the most phuck off watch you can buy.

TimeKeeper says:

Vacheron really nails it with their dauphine hands. The dual finishing on the hands of the twin beat make them look like they are painted on the dial. Very surreal.

Tacticalwon says:

This is why I love VC.

Dovid Gutwein says:

Tim an amazing video any idea what was paid to have that vc custom made?

Simon Mardakh says:

Love what VC is doing.

Chris McMillen says:

Cool and on the first watch

Alec Tang says:

Absolutely adore the 222. So elegant and unique.

Wiseguy724 says:

That blue dial on the gen 3 is to die for! Have you seen the new black dials in person yet? Do they offer the same depth and multi level feel as the blue dials?

Ryan Jones says:

Sick pieces! Expert articulation of the history and current lineup.

Mark S says:

Awesome how Tim gave us a tour of the 222/Overseas from origin to present date.

Steban Lewansky says:

Love it

Eastwood Tillman says:

Thanks Tim

David Datura says:

The tourbillion equipped Overseas 3 was the nicest of the various Overseas generations shown here.

Andrew Steel says:

Nice reviews!
There is always that one person who enters the room and talks louder than the rest raising the volume of the whole room.
I don’t even remember what a PPN or APRO looks like when a overseas enters the room.

christoffer pedersen says:

no live show today ???

City of Gentlemen says:

Those one off pieces with case carvings are utterly stunning.

Underdog says:

Something about that first VC that seems to give a 2 finger salute to every other watch made. I like it a lot.

Peter Sampson says:


WatchBox Studios says:

All of this was good fun, but handling an original 222 was the ultimate treat. I’m grateful to the Vacheron US team that made this possible and trusted me with a handful of near-priceless prototype, piece unique, and museum watches.

Tom Khong says:

Overseas Gen 1 is simply gorgeous.

John H says:

The rose gold PC was just flat out stunning, I’d have to finance the house for something like that though

Alvin Aw says:

Love the Oversea!!!!!!!!!!! Gen 3 even better!

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