Vacheron Constantin
Overseas Tourbillon Skeleton 6000V/110T-B935

  • Collection: Overseas tourbillon
  • Model reference: 6000V/110T-B935
  • Case/Size: Titanium, 42.5mm
  • Dial: Skeleton
  • Movement: Automatic-winding
  • Functions: Hours and minutes
  • Condition / Year: Brand New / 2023
  • Box / Papers: Yes / Yes
  • Collection: Overseas tourbillon
  • Model Reference: 6000V/110T-B935
  • Case/Size: Titanium / 42.5mm
  • Dial: Skeleton
  • Movement: Automatic winding
  • Functions: Hours, Minutes, Tourbillon
  • Condition / Year: Brand New / 2023
  • Box / Papers: Yes / Yes
  • Price: Upon Request
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Vacheron Constantin has a notable history of following tradition and being part of an older school of thought in horology. Most of the brand’s watches have a grand touch of a Geneva Seal. However, they do have a modern side that caters to younger watch enthusiasts. The Overseas range is one of them. The luxurious sports watch line came to life in 1996, and takes inspiration from the legendary 222 released in 1977.

This collection has added even more complications as the years progressed, with newer generation timepieces having dual-time, chronographs, perpetual calendars, and more. Following these aesthetics and functionality, the Vacheron Overseas Tourbillon Blue follows the wonderful spirit of travel.


The present model, a remarkable milestone for the Overseas collection, marks its debut as the first skeletonized tourbillon of the lineup. This piece, exclusively presented in grade 5 titanium, bears unique significance as it signifies the Maison’s inaugural creation of a timepiece entirely constructed from this robust metal, spanning from its crown to its bezel, and its bracelet to its case.

This 42.5mm Overseas Tourbillon Skeleton boasts a detailed sapphire dial, providing an enchanting glimpse into the architecture of its movement. The hour markers, meticulously crafted from white gold, pair seamlessly with the luminescent hands of the same material. Complementing the dial is a distinctive blue PVD-coated white gold ring, enhancing its visual appeal.

Both the case and bracelet of the titanium version flaunt a vertical satin-brushed finish, with polished angles on the bracelet links drawing inspiration from Vacheron Constantin’s emblematic Maltese Cross.

Nested within this exceptional watch is the in-house calibre 2160 SQ. Its slim profile, measuring a mere 5.65mm, is achieved through the innovative use of a peripheral rotor. This expansive 31mm movement, composed of 186 components, operates at a frequency of 18,000 vibrations per hour and boasts an impressive power reserve of 80 hours.

The skeletonization of the calibre 2160 SQ unveils significant transformations. The barrel drum and cover have been entirely openworked, yielding a compass rose shape that’s visible from the dial side. Moreover, the balance spring now features a Breguet overcoil.

The attention to detail is simply breathtaking, with hand-drawn flanks and hand-chamfering enhancing the interplay of light across the components. The rounded-off tourbillon bridge is particularly stunning. The NAC treatment augments the skeletonization, conferring a modern anthracite grey hue to the plate, bridges, and barrel.

Continuing the tradition of versatility inherent to the Overseas collection, the new model incorporates Vacheron’s innovative interchangeable strap system. This feature enables swift and seamless transitioning between the pre-fitted titanium bracelet and the additional choices of alligator leather or rubber straps.



Vacheron Constantin – bio

The company was founded in 1755 by Jean-Marc Vacheron, an independent watchmaker in Geneva, Switzerland. In 1770, his company created the first complication, and nine years later he designed the first engine-turned dials. … Consequently, in 1819 François Constantin became an associate of Vacheron.
It is among the The Oldest Surviving Watch-Making Brands with an uninterrupted history since 1755.

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Accompanied by a Vacheron Constantin Certificate, product literature, additional rubber strap, leather strap and a presentation box