who would have liked to see this Overseas Dual Time produced?

a "military" style Overseas Dual Time which remained only a drawing and which I would have been a killer had it been produced!

who would have liked to see this Overseas Dual Time produced?
I agree, this one is awesome Alex! Is there any chance?
10/21/2010 - 18:49


that's awsome!!!!
10/21/2010 - 18:56
To be honest,
10/22/2010 - 00:45
I never liked the dual function sytem! I also see that among others, when I have gone back on the forums. Most of the buyers of the DTR has sold them. I think either a traidional watch, or a chronograph or a real world timer like this one, and this got all functions and is still the best. That's why I keep it. Even though it's to big for my wrist, the system as such is fulfilled in this watch. So for me it will be a OS, white dial and chronograph! Doc
It should go nicely with your Lady N., Mats ;-)
10/22/2010 - 01:20
BTW, don't you think a QdI is a perfect base for a world timer development? Christian and Charlie, please hear us out!!!
Everything would go nicely with Lady N,
10/22/2010 - 12:30
but you have a point there, Radek Why not a QdI in steel with chrongraph function? To go further, why not an entry level QdI, manual? We all know that VC is an exclusive watchmaker, but it has always missed entry models. Look at the car industry, Audi, BMW, Mercededs, Porsche, all nowadays has entry level models, which some years ago, no one had even dreamt of! I'll doubt VC ever will, except the OS, which I have turned to. BTW this could be a bad sign since I always tend to be a 'late' buyer. Meaning I seldom buy a new model the first years, the DTR I waited three years before  bought...and sold... The only watch I bought instantly when it hit the market was  the JLC Master Compressor Chronograph, which I sold....after a couple of months, because I didn't like it.  No for Lady N it seems to be either, or but I'm aimiing for an OS chronograph, it keep growing on me   Cheers Doc
Re: who would have liked to see this Overseas Dual Time produced?
10/22/2010 - 20:12
Nice watch, Alex, but i prefer the contrast a little more subtle. Aircraft panel looks pretty complete, single engine with retractable landind gear, probably a Piper Arrow, but the avionics look a bit old (looks like one of the planes I trained in :-)  ) Joseph