Want to feel like James Bond?

All you need is a new Overseas! cheeky

Thanks to Godfather, I've had the chance to wear the new 3 hands, time-only. for a whole evening.

I would be a liar if I told you I haven't spent quite much time, playing with the new bracelet's feature.

Poor Dan, he was close to me at dinner, as every 30 minutes were passing by, he was forced to see me going: "My name is Bond, James Bond!" while pulling the bracelet so to extend it for 1cm, more or less, from both sides, it felt just so cool!

It was like a secret weapon to use just in case of emergency; it's kindergarten I know, but it was a lot of fun.

Want to feel like James Bond?


Want to feel like James Bond?


Want to feel like James Bond?


Thanks Alex, thanks Dan, Thanks Vacheron Constantin, for such memorable days.






You are too funny, Roberto007 :-) (nt)
01/24/2016 - 15:01
This Bknd-like activity is best enjoyed while...
01/24/2016 - 15:49

Humming the tune to Mission Impossible, for some reason,

it is a great feature of the bracelet though. Perhaps it was designed to ease the transition from Scuba suit to Tuxedo, when needing to infiltrate a seaside castle for a soirée.

Oh, and lest you think this scenario unrealistic...
01/24/2016 - 15:53
I'm humming Mission impossible too now... :-D
01/24/2016 - 19:37

Ciao Jamie! It was great meeting you! 

Re: Want to feel like James Bond?
01/24/2016 - 16:50

Thanks for the report and the pics, Roberto.  How is the feature implemented?  I mean - do the links just kinda pull apart and stay or is it a stepped adjustment mechanism?  Will it weaken with multiple uses and become loose on its own at some point?  How does one tighten the bracelet back?  There are plenty of pics and some videos on the new easy-fit feature but hardly anything on this one which is arguably even more important since a lot of us prefer their Overseas on the metal bracelet.

It's a very
01/24/2016 - 19:34

simple and effective system, you simply need, having the bracelet tighten, to pull both sides of the bracelet at the same time (although links are indipendent to each other, so actually you could use just one of them apart, leaving the other unextended) to get the extra lenght.

To return to the initial position, just do the same backward, that is pushing, instead of pulling.

No further adjustement required, it's an on-off feature and I haven't had the feeling it's going to weaken after long term usage, it looks pretty sturdy but it's just my perception.

Hope it helps :-)





was grat seeing you again Mr. Bond!
01/25/2016 - 11:50