Can't a last minute attempt... add yet another a PDV coated with rubber strap! (I's a quick n' dirty...and I am not an expert like our friend Fred...but it might give you the hint of what I am trying to do)

Can't a last minute attempt...

wow! why not make it ceramic and it'll be more durable, though not ...
12/13/2007 - 01:47

very sure if its the direction VC want to go. but it looks great though in this combination as a sports watch.

Re: wow! why not make it ceramic and it'll be more durable, though not
12/13/2007 - 01:52

Probably not...but its a Hublot/AP ROO/Nautilus fighter...if they are interested to get into that segment of sports watches...

Just arrived from Fred's attelier.
12/13/2007 - 09:11

Another version from Fred of the Malte Tonneau Dual time I suggested. I still think that in Pink gold with the guiloshed dial of the Pink gold Malte Tonneau Tourbillion (the original proposal) will be better. Thanks again Fred.


I also prefer your version in Rose gold...
12/13/2007 - 14:31

I really like your suggestion

my only comment is that I would have made the Dual Time clock a little bit smaller, not overtaking the principal dial...

WOW! That's wicked!! love the Maltese cross on the strap. Great job nt
12/13/2007 - 09:35


Really amazing!!
12/13/2007 - 10:37

I can't do better!! It's really nice!! Can you make an all balck Overseas?

But to be honest, PVD is to "fashion" for me (and more, it's not really reliable)...I prefer to see the brands on the trend make these sort of watches rather than VC (what does not prohibit them to innovate...why not ceramic?)!

I agree with you Fred on PVD coating but you can get the same
12/13/2007 - 11:50

aspect by using a brushed titanium case, it will not be as black but it's bad ass

ceramic would be cool too

ok changing the name too Ceramic/Brushed titanium/Black...
12/13/2007 - 11:53

...overseas with rubber strap :) can we still use the same pic?:)


you bet! love the look!! (nt)
12/13/2007 - 11:55


12/13/2007 - 14:28

I would havew to agree with Alex and Fred, no PVD for me. But in ceramic (or brushed titanium) it would be very nice...

I am a Hublot fan (I recently got myself an Ice Bang), so I am "down" with this concept...