Frederique Constant Unveils Worldtimer Manufacture Watch

Nov 21, 2012
Frederique Constant presents its new Worldtimer Manufacture watch. The novelty demonstrates the companys ability to add a fresh twist to classic ideas and designs.

The new Frederique Constant watch features a three-part case rendered in hand-polished stainless steel. The face of the model is shielded by a convex sapphire crystal, while the see-through case-back gives a chance to drop a glance at the inner life of the timepiece.

The novelty has been created in two variations. The silver dial is embellished with a nicely engraved guilloche design or a detailed world map in the center. The first variation features the time with help of hand-polished black oxidized hands and refined Roman numerals, while the second variation with help of hand-polished blue hands and luminous round indexes.

The date counter is found at the 6 oclock position. You will also notice a 24-hour disc with day-night indication. The World Time function is presented with help of a 24-city disc, with the cities referring to the 24 time zones of the world.

Watch lovers will surely appreciate that the new Worldtimer Manufacture watch is really user-friendly. You can operate all functions via the crown, with no need of push-buttons. To use the Worldtimer function, it is necessary to select the desired city and place it at 12 oclock on the dial. This way you automatically synchronize the internal discs of the watch and it shows what time it is in any of the 24 cities on the dial. You can also see whether it is day or night as the discs due to the black or white color of the scale.

The new Frederique Constant Worldtimer Manufacture watch is secured to the wrist on a black alligator strap fitted with a stainless steel buckle, or a navy alligator strap featuring off-white stitching and equipped with a stainless steel buckle.

Both models belong to a limited edition collection of just 1888 pieces.

Each timepiece goes in a classic wooden gift box, with an engraved limited edition plate testifying to its authenticity.

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