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Frederique Constant Slimline Power Reserve Manufacture (Live Pics)

Frederique Constant Slimline Power Reserve Manufacture (Live Pics)


Frederique Constant is a generally youthful watch brand of 31 years yet has quite recently added a 28th in-house development to its reach with the new Slimline Power Reserve Manufacture and its FC-723 Manufacture programmed type. Earlier developments incorporate progressed complications, for example, tourbillon , unending schedule , chronograph and worldtimer . We currently have the expansion of a power reserve marker combined to a pointer date, with another open in-house powered piece.

Four models are accessible inside the new line and incorporate focal hours and minutes, a date show at 6 o’clock and power reserve pointer at 10 o’clock. The new development is based on the set up FC-703 type and adds a power reserve module. It has 28 gems, beats at 28,800vph (4Hz) with a 50-hour power reserve. Seen from the sapphire show caseback, the FC-723 is beautified with perlage and roundabout Côtes de Genève.

All four models include a 40mm tempered steel case, with one plated in rose gold. Dial tones incorporate silver, dim and naval force blue with sunray embellishment (the gold-plated model offers a silver dial with its standard steel partner). The dim dark and blue dials have white printed Roman numerals and white hand-cleaned hands. The silver dial has a similar game plan with dark print and hands.

The date is shown through a little hand pivoting around a circle of odd numerals (1 – 3 – 5, and so on), while the power reserve marker’s hand follows a half-circle, beginning at 11 o’clock (50 hours) and finishing at 9 o’clock. The last quarter of the marker is imprinted in red to remind the client to either wear or basically wind the watch. The case includes an onion-style crown and is water-impervious to 30 meters. A curved sapphire precious stone ensures the dial.

The lashes are gator with a sending catch and come in explicit tones for each model. The silver dial (standard steel) has a dark lash, while the rose gold-plated model games a dull earthy colored tie. The naval force blue model has a coordinating naval force tie and the dull dim likewise has a coordinating dim tie. It’s a decent degree of detail as all might have handily worked with a solitary dark strap.

The three standard steel models retail for CHF/EUR 3,295 with the rose gold-plated model retailing for CHF/EUR 3,595. With models like the Slimline Moonphase Manufacture and Classics Automatic GMT , Frederique Constant is known for having exquisite, modern pieces at available costs and the new Slimline Power Reserve Manufacture Range is no exemption. More data can be found at Frederique Constant’s site .