Looking for the perfect dress watch without making a dent in your budget? Frederique Constant offers just that with its new models released under the Classics Index Automatic Collection
Making a case for the perfect watch for all occasions, especially when its time to get back to office, the newly released Frederique Constant Classics Index Automatic collection is truly made to suit all needs.
Featuring the free spirit of Frederique Constant, the collection is an amalgamation of modern design and traditional watchmaking. It holds the signature features of the Classics line with its Roman numerals, guilloché dials and sleek styling. The beautifully designed dial is home to everyday complications like date, day, month and chronograph among the most common, moonphase and week among the more unusual.
About the Frederique Constant Classics Index Automatic collection
The new line of watches offers a livelier and more contemporary vibe while also ensuring the timeless and elegant design that the Swiss watch brand is known for. The two-part guilloché dials of the five new models are replaced with a plain matt blue, white or black dials set with applied hour markers that are bevelled and tinged with luminescent material. The use of sword-shaped hands instead of the usual slender and tapered hands showcase a stronger and bolder aesthetic giving the watch a more contemporary approach.
The four models in the collection is available in 40mm steel versions with the fifth one arriving in a rose gold-plated case structure with blued steel hands. Each of the models are powered by the automatic FC-303 calibre that offers a power reserve of 38 hours. The collection is then complemented by a nubuck-finish leather strap in brown, black, or blue with the exception of a “full steel” model set with a blue dial and a coordinating steel bracelet.
With the release of these new pieces, Frederique Constant aims to offer affordable access to mechanical watchmaking and we are here for it!
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