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Frederique Constant returns to its iconic Classic Worldtimer Manufacture with the presentation of this sophisticated citizen of the world. The golden tones of the case make a pleasing contrast with the chocolate color of the dial, which is finely etched with a world map and circled by a day/night indicator, with 24 reference cities around the outer rim.

The date is pointed by a hand in a sub-dial at 6 o’clock. A further circle of hour-markers ensures perfect legibility without detracting from the harmonious layout of the dial as a whole. This long-haul traveller packs some genuine feats of technique, orchestrated by Frederique Constant’s FC-718 proprietary movement. Not a single pusher or corrector spoils this watch’s clean lines, as each function is controlled by the crown for unparalleled simplicity of use. Indeed, this is a first for a world time complication.

The watch features a FC-718 caliber mechanical automatic movement developed and produced by Frederique Constant with a Côtes de Genève decoration, 42-hour power reserve and hours, minutes, seconds, date, world time for 24 time zones, day/night indication. The watch case is made of steel with pink gold PVD, and measures a diameter of 42 mm. The watch front is covered with a domed sapphire crystal and the watch is water-resistant to 50 meters. The watch dial is brown with a world map in the centre and features luminescent hands and hour-markers. It is fitted with a brown leather strap with white top-stitching.

Frederique Constant stands for high quality manufactured Swiss watches. Their watches are characterized by their high quality, differentiation and precision in design and manufacture. The brand’s passion has remained unchanged since their foundation in 1988. It is the basis for extensive growth over the past 15 years. Their objective for the next three years is to improve visibility and grow the sales to 250000 pieces in the accessible luxury segment in over 2800 POS (points of sales) in 134 countries.