Swiss Watch Manufacturer Frederique Constant recently introduced its new Slim Line Automatic Collection If classical and traditional are the two adjectives that best describe Frederique Constant’s style, the design of this new Slim Line Automatic Collection is a perfect fit!
Elegance of shape, timelessness of style, harmony of curves, everything contributes to the clean lines of these watches. A modern day classic completely ad ease with the retro style trend.
Elegance of the shape, timelessness of the style, harmony of the curve, everything contributes to make of these timepieces for clean lines, a classic in a modern interpretation, which will call back you without ambiguity as the timepiece of our grandfathers.
Offered in different materials like stainless steel, yellow gold plated, brushed titanium body case with 18K rose gold bezel, or in 18K rose gold, the pure aesthetics of the case features a subtle 0.9cm height, and will perfectly fit on your wrist. A classic code to which this timepiece also refers, by its curved dial directly inspired by the watches of the 50s, with a “sun” effect on the two different dial colors: silver or black. And to respect the design up to the end, indexes polished and hand-applied also respect the curved shape for a perfect harmony.
Finally, the screwed and opened case back is provided with a large sapphire glass which allows to admire the ultra-flat automatic movement with its 3.60mm height, finely decorated, and its Frédérique Constant rose gold plated rotor. The power reserve of the automatic calibre FC-306 will provide you a 42hours power reserve.
Created to accompany the one who will wear the Slim Line Automatic for all the moments of its life, agreeing as well in the town suits of the modern life as in the distinction of evening accessories, the Slim Line Automatic timepieces adorn simply the wrist of the men attached to the classical values.
The Slim Line Quartz Collection is a series of ultra flat models, which are based on quartz movements with a thickness of just 1.90 mm. Dials are finished with a guilloché pattern produced by a complex engraving procedure. Precision tooling, with tolerances as low as 1/1000 of a millimeter, have been developed for each pattern and dial design.