You will find Vacheron Constantin's
luxury sports watches in the
Overseas collection. Their design draws upon the porthole aesthetic of the Patek Philippe Nautilus and the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak. Stainless steel watches with three hands and a date display at 3 o'clock cost around 18,700 USD in mint condition and 15,700 USD pre-owned. Instead of the characteristic steel bracelet, the red gold version comes on a brown alligator leather strap. It also comes with an additional rubber strap. This gold watch sells for about 31,200 USD new and 26,200 USD pre-owned.
With its stopwatch function, the
Overseas Chronograph offers an especially popular complication. This timepiece is available in stainless steel, gold, or a bicolor combination of stainless steel and gold. You can also choose from a number of different dial colors. Plan to spend about 26,300 USD on a new steel model and 22,300 USD on a pre-owned one. Prices for mint-condition pieces in red gold sit around 43,400 USD. However, you can get a pre-owned version for about 34,200 USD.
Overseas World Time is one of the collection's most complicated models. This wristwatch 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. In mint condition, this stainless steel watch with a bright dial costs almost 31,000 USD. Pre-owned, it changes hand for about 26,000 USD
If two time zones are enough for you, the
Overseas Dual Time might be just what you're looking for. You can purchase this stainless steel watch for around 22,900 USD new. As it is a relatively new watch, pre-owned examples of the Dual Time are hard to come by.
Overseas Chronograph Perpetual Calendar is the highlight of the Overseas collection. This red gold watch costs about 72,800 USD new and 66,900 USD pre-owned.