Smaller Overseas available?

I have now seen and tried on an Overseas. I really went in to the AD to try on a Royal Oak, but my eyes were sucked across the room to the VC stand.  This I assume is what was intended :) I love it.
Are there options in size because the one I saw was huge.
unfortunately no options however the pre 2004 models were
12/29/2010 - 22:19
smaller (chrono at 40mm and time only at 38mm) so if interested you will need to find a second hand model. you have some history and photos in this article: The History of Vc's sports watches click here to read the article welcome to the Lounge
Re: unfortunately no options however the pre 2004 models were
12/29/2010 - 23:46
Thankyou for the welcome, and the link. I really, really like the bracelet. I may have to go and try it on again!
ahh the Overseas bracelet! there have been so many topics here on
12/29/2010 - 23:57
Its beauty! Keep us posted...
BTW did you read Doc's declaration of love for the Overseas
12/30/2010 - 10:24
bracelet below?
Re: BTW did you read Doc's declaration of love for the Overseas
01/01/2011 - 06:14
I have to admit that I had not looked at the thread.  This is not an awful dilema to have: "Do I want the AP ROyal Oak or the VC Overseas? " I have to sell my entire collection for either of them!   VC has a head start since a VC is the only watch that has ever stopped me in my tracks. A simple vintage white gold dress watch with an astonishing diamond bezel. I am not a fan of diamonds on watches, but this one was perfect. Already knowing what was beating inside helped with that too.  I thought about it for a day or two. It was alot of money.  Then it was gone. I am going back to the AD as soon as life returns to work mode in Australia. Christmas marks the start of  summer holidays.