Vacheron Constantin finally launched a sequel for Cory Richards overseas with the Everest Limited Edition

Well, they did it. They finally did it. After nearly two years of disdain for the problem and speculation about “will they or not”, Vacheron Constantin replica has achieved good results on the titanium alloy “overseas” prototype worn by film producers and National Geographic, photographer Corey. Cory Richards during the 2019 climber’s bid for the summit of Mount Everest. Of course, this is not exactly the same watch-Richards’ prototype is made of all-titanium metal, with tantalum reinforcements on the crown and bezel, neatly placed between the newly engraved crown guard and integrated in the case. 9 o’clock side. This time, the two new models are made of the same strong titanium alloy, but with a contrasting titanium Maltese cross-shaped bezel instead of the harder tantalum – not a Richards prototype, but a second generation overseas with a gray dial “Deepstream” refers to earlier things, it is built around the same principles of hybrid alloys to create a more powerful and instrumental aesthetic. So no matter what you call it-the sequel, brothers and sisters, we saw the prototype for the first time.

Brand: Vacheron Constantin
Model: Overseas limited edition “Mount Everest” chronograph (reference number 5510-000T-B923) and dual time (reference number 7910V/000T-B922)
Dimensions: 42.5 mm (chronograph), 41 mm (dual time)
Water resistance: 150 meters
Case material: Titanium with titanium buttons and titanium Maltese cross-shaped bezel
Crystal/lens: front and rear sapphire
Movement: Vacheron Constantin cal. 5200/2 (chronograph), calibrated by Vacheron Constantin. 5110 DT/2 (dual time), two movements Geneva certification
Power reserve/frequency: 52 hours (chronograph), 60 hours (dual time)
Strap/Bracelet: Gray Cordura fabric, orange stitching and black frosted leather lining, including a second gray rubber strap

In addition to the subtle differences in the composition of the case, Vacheron Constantin wisely retained several other key elements that made the Richards prototype so charming: the completely matte gray titanium bezel and crown elements, effectively removing the entire front of the watch. The silhouette gives it more invisible luxury on the wrist. Deepening this effect is the deep drawing dial, which uses heavy textures to minimize reflections and make the whole thing fly comfortably under the radar. But the darker gray and black dials on the prototype are now lighter gray-blue, contrasting sharply with the dark 18k gold markings, bright orange counters, strap stitching, and GMT and power reserve hands-these tones are very good It complements the earth tone well. People may find it on the high mountains at dusk.

The other side of these two watches is very consistent with the original prototype. The solid 22k gold rotor can see Mount Everest, as Richards photographed during one of his early expeditions. What’s also cool is that the movement plates and bridges are treated with a special NAC coating, giving them a concealed dark gray finish, which contrasts sharply with the bright gold of the rotor and other elements of the gear train. Both watches use Vacheron Constantin’s own existing Geneva sealed movement-cal. 5200/2 column wheel chronograph and calibration. 5110 DT/2 dual hour hand, with independently adjustable hour hand and quick setting date indicator at 6 o’clock, set by the button at 4 o’clock. It’s also easier to check the position of the crown and buttons on the strap here. Online fake watch