You will find Vacheron Constantin's luxury sports watches in the Overseas collection. Their designs draw upon the aesthetics of the Patek Philippe Nautilus and the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak. Like these two icons, the Overseas' hexagonal bezel takes its inspiration from the Maltese cross and resembles a porthole. Moreover, this model comes with an integrated band in stainless steel, gold, rubber, or alligator leather. The metal bracelets stand out with their unique link shape. Here, the designers again turned to the Maltese cross (and Vacheron Constantin's logo) for inspiration.
Older three-hand Overseas models in stainless steel, such as the ref. 47040, are this collection's most affordable options. You can recognize these timepieces by the position of their date displays at 4:30. One of these watches will set you back roughly 13,000 USD. More recent editions bear the reference number 4500V/110A and feature a date display at 3 o'clock. These watches cost between 28,000 and 40,500 USD depending on whether you choose a white, blue, or black dial.
The three-hand Overseas is also available with a rose gold case for about 41,500 USD. You can find this model on a leather strap under the reference number 4500V/000R. As of 2020, Vacheron Constantin also produces a version on a gold bracelet (ref. 4500/110R). This watch changes hands for around 69,000 USD.
With its stopwatch function, the Overseas Chronograph offers an especially popular complication. This timepiece is available in stainless steel or rose gold. Until recently, Vacheron Constantin also offered a two-tone edition in stainless steel and gold. While current models have had their date displays between 4 and 5 o'clock since 2016, these older watches have an oversized date at 12 o'clock. For the dial, you can choose from blue, white, black, or brown, each with a sunburst finish. Plan to spend a solid 33,000 USD on a new steel model. Prices for mint-condition pieces in rose gold on a brown alligator leather strap sit around 51,000 USD.
The Overseas World Time is perfect for frequent travelers and businesspeople who are often on the road and need to keep an eye on multiple time zones at once. The World Time features a map of the Northern Hemisphere and can account for 37 time zones simultaneously, each represented by a city name. This stainless steel watch will set you back about 40,000 USD.
If two time zones are enough for you, the Overseas Dual Time might be just what you're looking for. This watch boasts a GMT display, a day/night indicator, and a pointer date located at 6 o'clock. You can purchase the stainless steel variant for around 28,500 USD, while the rose gold version demands roughly 44,000 USD.
The Overseas Perpetual Calendar and Overseas Tourbillon are the highlights of the Overseas collection. Vacheron Constantin produces the Perpetual Calendar in rose and white gold. They also introduced models with intricately skeletonized dials in 2021. Be sure to have between 95,000 and 115,000 USD on hand for an Overseas Perpetual Calendar in rose gold. Those with white gold cases or skeletonization rarely appear for sale on the secondary market. Their official list prices are 97,000 USD for a watch with a closed dial and 130,000 USD for the same timepiece with a skeletonized dial.
The Overseas Tourbillon debuted in 2019. This model is available in rose gold or stainless steel and uses the remarkably flat caliber 2160, which measures in at just 5.65 mm thick. As its name implies, the watch features a tourbillon, which you can view through a cutout in the dial at 6 o'clock. Prices for this sporty and elegant timekeeper fall around 119,000 USD.