The Vacheron Constantin Overseas Perpetual Calendar Ultra Thin has a very thin case that measures only 8.10mm thick. That is super impressive for a case that holds an automatic movement with perpetual calendar and moonphase. This is one of the thinnest timepieces in the world with perpetual calendar.
The timepiece combines sporty elements with elegant lines plus a unique beautiful bezel design and ultra high end bracelet which construction reveals Vacheron’s iconic Maltese cross. We can be sure that this perpetual ultra thin timepiece will not be confuse with any other timepiece in the market.
The case comes dressed 18k white gold and measures 41.5mm in diameter and about 49mm from lug to lug.
The case comes paired with an 18K white gold bracelet which links are hold view screws. This allows the user to get a very precise adjustment for a comfortable fit. Another great feature of the gold bracelet is the quick release system that allows you to swap to the included leather or rubber strap in seconds without the need of tools.
The beautiful blue dial has been finish with blue lacquer over a black polished metallic base which shows different hues of blues when light is reflected to it. The sub-dials for the calendar indicators have a mate finish which help these indicators stand out. At 6 O’clock position is a moon-phase which features star-studded sky and 2 gold moons.
The dial also features 18k white gold hands and 18k white gold hour indices.
Under the hood, this Overseas is using caliber 1120 QP/1, based on JLC 920. This thin automatic caliber measures only 4.05mm in thickness and works at 2.75 hertz with a power reserve of 40 hours. The 1120 is composed of 276 components which includes 36 jewels and a perpetual calendar that does not need to be adjusted until the year 2100.