Outstanding technology with noble optics
Both models have an FC-350 caliber with a power reserve of 38 hours. The dial is in silver with Roman numerals and is protected by a convex sapphire crystal front. The three-piece case, 12.5 mm high and 42 mm in diameter, allows a view of the inside of the watch from the back and is water-resistant up to 50 m. However, this can be seen more as an additional safety factor, because nobody would want to wear such a masterpiece of Swiss watchmaking art in water sports (e.g. reference FC-350MC5B6).
Luxury for all who appreciate it
Founded in 1988, the Swiss watch manufacturer has set itself the task of making outstanding luxury watches accessible to a wider public. All models are designed using the latest computer technology and manufactured exclusively in Geneva. Published in 2015, the Frederique Constant Classics Automatic GMT features an automatic movement with 26 jewels and a frequency of 28800 vibrations per hour. This makes the watch an example of outstanding Swiss watch technology with a unique price-performance ratio.