The best thing about perpetual calendar watches is they are truly set-and-forget timepieces. So if you're reading this a few decades from now and you've picked up a 2020 Vacheron Constantin Overseas Perpetual Calendar as a birth-year watch, don't worry, it won't need to be adjusted till well into your retirement in 2100. Vacheron Constantin have released two new perpetual calendars in the Overseas collection this year, and while they have a lot of similarities, the impression they each leave you with couldn't be more different. Vacheron Constantin Overseas Perpetual Calendar Ultra-Thin Skeleton First, let's look at the Vacheron Constantin Overseas Perpetual Calendar in pink gold with skeleton dial. As far as complicated-looking luxury sports watches go, this one is exceptionally clean looking for all that is going on. While some skeletonised dials can fall into the trap of looking overly ornate or garishly exposed, or just plain busy, this watch is none of those things, giving a nod to the Vacheron Constantin history of skeleton dials while remaining contemporary in its execution. The prominent calendar sub-dials return some legibility and some symmetry to a dial that can look messy and confusing, while the floating gold hour markers and hands…

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