miércoles, 9 de marzo de 2016

Introducir el reloj tourbillon Relojes Vacheron Constantin EXTRANJERO

Vacheron Constantin Overseas Deep
Relojes Vacheron Constantin celebrates its 260th anniversary, having started back in 1755. The Relojes Vacheron Constantin Overseas began life as a collection in around 1977 with a model known as the Relojes Vacheron Constantin 222. This was five years after Audemars Piguet released the game-changing luxury sports watch we all know and love; the Royal Oak, in 1972.
Relojes Vacheron Constantin's luxury sport watch was, rather, designed by the then very young Jorg Hysek. From the Relojes Vacheron Constantin 222, the Overseas was officially born.
Relojes Vacheron Constantin Overseas is available in a range of versions in steel as well as 18k rose gold. Of course, there is the neat bracelet option as well, which I happen to like, but the leather or rubber strap is more casual and sporty, offering a more simple fit. Dial colors are this lovely blue in the ref. 49150/B01A-9745 as seen here, as well as gray, black, and white. Additional colors will be available later in 2015, which will once again add some accents colors to the Overseas collection that have been missing from the main collection for a while.
The Relojes Vacheron Constantin Overseas Chronograph collection contains the Relojes Vacheron Constantin caliber 1137 automatic chronograph movement. With 40 hours of power reserve and operating at 3Hz, the column-wheel based chronograph with a big date indicator is acceptable but isn't on par with the more impressive specs of some other high-end sports watches.