Vacheron Constantin Overseas Chronograph 5500V Series Replica Watches For Sale

In 2016, Vacheron Constantin new replica watches released a needed refresh of its only sport watch collection, the Overseas. This included a slew of new members of the Overseas family ranging from an ultra-thin two-hand model, a perpetual calendar, the Overseas Simple Date, and the Overseas Chronograph. These latter two models each introduced new, modern movements which in my opinion were important to the future success of what the Overseas collection should mean for Vacheron Constantin. Today I spend more time with the Vacheron Constantin Overseas Chronograph 5500V family of timepieces in my latest aBlogtoWatch watch review.

I found the modern Overseas Chronograph to be a rather decent watch with welcome features and a comfortable fit on the wrist. On paper, Vacheron Constantin offers more or less everything fans of the outgoing Overseas watch collection seemed to want in an updated model. With that said, I found something lacking in the design and overall presentation. When it comes to price, personality, and poise, I think the Vacheron Constantin Overseas Chronograph misses in a few too many areas to be a truly iconic watch. With that said, it is most certainly a good pick for a particular buyer.

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I’ll begin by discussing some of my bigger problems with the watch, and then proceed to mention more minor nitpicks below while also espousing the virtues that this watch most certainly has. I will say again that Vacheron Constantin has in most ways upgraded the existing Vacheron Constantin Overseas replica watches collection with a new product that is certainly more desirable in most ways.

Even at a retail price dangerously close to $30,000, the Overseas range has some serious competition from at least two other brands. Interestingly enough, the Vacheron Constantin Overseas Chronograph is the middle priced option among the competition’s luxury sport chronograph watches. I don’t always discuss competitor watches to a piece I am reviewing – and I have a lot of good reasons for that. With that said, in certain instances, discussing the competition is very important. This is particularly true when a watch isn’t just a tool, but a bona fide lifestyle piece. That means being expensive, and being prestigious is a core part of the ownership experience of a Vacheron Constantin, or competitor brands such as Audemars Piguet and Patek Philippe.

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It is those two brands specifically which the Overseas is trying to compete with. More specifically the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak fake watches and the Patek Philippe Nautilus. Both have chronograph versions as well as three-hand versions, and both are serious success stories among modern luxury sport watches. Competing with the Royal Oak or the Nautilus is a daunting, and very challenging uphill battle.

Will A Special Agent Love The Replica TAG Heuer’s Connected Modular 45 In Kingsman Watches

Thanks to a 75% “Fresh” rating on Rotten Tomatoes, the acclaimed comic book film adaptation Kingsman, The Secret Service is back for another stylish and violent secret agent romp: Kingsman: The Golden Circle. And while Taron Egerton and Colin Firth will be reprising their roles from the first film as agents of Her Majesty’s “other” secret service, their Bremont Kingsman-issue watches won’t be. Gone is the mechanical ALT1-WT chronometer, deemed a “bloody smart watch,” having been replaced by TAG Heuer’s Connected Modular 45 in Kingsman-fake watches exclusive livery – an actual smartwatch as requested by director Matthew Vaughn.

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Like the special-edition Bremont ALT1 from 2015’s Kingsman, the Swiss-made TAG Heuer Connected Modular 45 also gets its own special treatment. But since it’s not terribly difficult to create your own custom dials within TAG Heuer’s existing Connected design studio, the Kingsman Special Edition gets a few extra embellishments like matching rose gold lugs, two different interchangeable straps (sporty bridle leather and orange “smoking jacket” suede leather), packed into a Kingsman-branded presentation box. On the watch itself, the digital Kingsman-exclusive dial comes in both blue and grey with matching rose gold accents and the inverted “K” insignia throughout. That rose gold logo makes a larger, more animated appearance on the dial twice per day at 10:10, and again when the Android Wear flashlight function is deployed, the latter of which yields a particularly clever Bat Signal-esque effect. The promotional video below from TAG Heuer helps illustrate.

While the TAG Heuer Connected Modular 45 Kingsman Special Edition copy watches are example of pretty overt watch placement in a film, you don’t have to be a seasoned watch-spotter to know there’s already a pretty rich history and sub-culture behind watch placement in movies, like Sly Stallone’s Panerai in Daylight, Matthew McConaughey’s DOXA in Sahara, or Sean Connery’s legendary Submariner in Dr. No. Most times, the placement is subtle and the result of either a savvy wardrobe director or the personal preference of an actor in question (Liev Scheriber in Ray Donovan, looking at you). But more often than not, it’s the result of a sophisticated marketing partnership, the modern likes of which seem to be looking to replicate the runaway success of Omega’s Seamaster placement in every James Bond film since 1995’s Goldeneye.

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Are we looking at the next generation of Bond watches? It’s hard to say, as the success of the film ultimately determines whether or not this partnership continues. Conversely, the success of the Connected platform also determines whether or not it, or its mechanical counterpart, would be the choice of future secret agents. Either way, if the success of 2015’s Kingsman is any indicator, we could be seeing a lot more of the Carrera’s sharp, distinctive lugs up on the big screen. The TAG Heuer Connected Modular 45 Kingsman Special Edition will be sold online exclusively through Mr. Porter for a price of $3,650 starting on July 6th, 2017, well ahead of the film’s UK and United States release on September 22nd.