I've been wearing this one for the past week.

My Malte Chrono in Rose Gold.  One of my favorite manual chrono's.  I love how buttery soft and smooth the winding and chrono pushers feel. I know these were only produced for 5 or 6 years.  Anyone have any idea how many were produced? I had a difficult time locating one so I'm assuming not many.  Fortunately, I found a LNIB condition piece and could not be happier.




Great looking watch and Welcome to the Lounge. I don't have the production details but
12/08/2014 - 21:37

True that there haven't been that many. Love the rose gold case which underlines the guillochage dial

This is no seven day wonder!...
12/08/2014 - 22:00

Hank, What a great entrance to The Hour Lounge. Your photographs have caught the moment perfectly!

Is this your first journey into the world of Vacheron Constantin? 

There's a lot of pleasurable weeks ahead for you  - enjoy every minute!

Best wishes


Re: This is no seven day wonder!...
12/08/2014 - 23:05


Thanks for the response.  This is my 8th VC. I have been collecting since the mid 90's and have owned 7 different Overseas models.  This Malte Chrono however, is by far my favorite to date.



7 Overseas models?! WOW impressive. Which ones did you keep?
12/09/2014 - 14:41


Re: 7 Overseas models?! WOW impressive. Which ones did you keep?
12/09/2014 - 15:13

I'm embarrassed to say this but they are all gone to make way for other pieces in my collection. I've had 4 chronos, and 3 time date models. The only one I really really miss is the blue military dial time date model of the original overseas that was a limited edition for the U.S. only (75 pieces iirc) That was a beautiful watch with one of the nicest blue dials I've ever seen. 

Mine says hello
12/09/2014 - 15:37

Mine says hello 

It was 75 pieces, but I'm not sure if it was for U.S. or North America?

BR, Dan 

A great watch Hank!
12/09/2014 - 09:13

Welcome to THL, after 8 VCs....glad to see you here! 

Best Regards, Dan