The last couple of days might hv been wet and gloomy here in Hong Kong but luckily I hv my VC 4178 chronograph to bring in some colour and shine. A quick iphone photo to share. Best regards to all, --Seeks
Apart from a well known liking for Chopard and Grand Seiko, there are definitely other brands I regularly follow and where I can certainly imagine myself becoming a customer in the near or perhaps somewhat more distant future. And VC is definitely one of
Ok I'm just gonna say it, disappointing. No offence to the Overseas lovers out there, I also like the previous Overseas collection and couple of times almost took one home. The only down turn of the previous models was no display case back and most of the
I was going to say redialed at least due to the missing "SWISS" at the bottom, but other similar watches on here are missing that as well. Movement number is 539375 and case number is 570867. Thanks in advance, guys.
Hi all, In my quick watch trip to Geneva I had the opportunity to try also the two flagship models of the new Overseas collection Great, really great watches, particularly impressed by the Perpetual Calendar to die for, but, there is always on or more but
I just did some cleaning today and found a watch I still have . I belonged to Ret. Lt Col. Lockwood of the US Marine Corps as inscribed in the case back . I did a background check on him and he was present at the japanse attack on Pearl Harbor and the war
Like so many in this group, my first venture into the world of Vacheron was a white dial Overseas chronograph 3 years ago. Still my favorite all round dress/sport time piece and have even purchased additional straps to alter the look and make it more vers