Introducing: The Frederique Constant Flyback Chronograph Manufacture With New FC-760 Movement
The Frederique Constant Flyback Chronograph Manufacture in steel with silver hobnail dial.
The new Flyback Chronograph Manufacture includes the programmed type FC-760, another flyback chronograph development that required six years to create. Frederique Constant took motivation from chronograph plans from the 1930s to make this new type and watch. The development is a measured plan with a star-formed segment wheel, which takes into consideration a smoother start-stop-reset work. The development has a 38-hour power hold and is an “in-line” flyback chronograph, taking into account more effective halting and resetting.
So shouldn’t something be said about the outside of the watch? Well it is similarly noteworthy. The Flyback Chronograph Manufacture is accessible in two metals – treated steel and rose gold–plated tempered steel. Moreover, each metal has three dial choices: silvered, dim dark with mallet files, and silvered with hobnail surface and Roman numerals. It’s significant, nonetheless, that the steel with dull dim dial and the rose gold–plated with silver hobnail dial and Roman numerals won’t be accessible to the U.S. market.
Frederique Constant Flyback Chronograph in rose gold-plated steel with dim dial.
Frederique Constant Flyback Chronograph in rose gold-plated steel with silvered dial.
The case estimates 42mm in width and highlights rectangular chronograph catches. The dial has a surprising three register design with running seconds, a 30-minute aggregator, and a date register getting the three spots. The dial without hobnail enumerating highlights a tachymeter scale around the border. It’s a truly gorgeous watch and will unquestionably be a colossal hit with all you vintage fans out there.
Frederique Constant Flyback Chronograph in rose gold–plated steel with dim dark dial.
The rose gold plated steel with dull dim dial retails for $3,995, while both the steel with hobnail dial and Roman numerals and the rose gold–plated with plain silvered dial are both $4,295. For additional, visit Frederique Constant on the web .