Frederique Constant Slimline Moonphase

The elegant and stylish Slimline Ladies Moonphase Chronograph from Frédèrique Constant sets new standards! With the ultra-thin quartz movement with a height of no less than 1.9 mm, Frédèrique Constant still manages to accommodate complicated functions such as the moon phase display. As if that alone wasn't enough, the watch also features a beautifully shiny dial in mother-of-pearl or metallic midnight blue. The indices of the dial are embellished with 8 diamonds. The extraordinary, luxurious design makes the watch a real piece of jewelry, which attracts attention on any occasion! Moreover, this noble chronograph would also be the perfect gift for a special person.

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Technical features

The round stainless steel case has a diameter of 30 mm and a height of 6.6 mm. Moreover, the watch shows itself to be very scratch-resistant and robust with its sapphire crystal. The material used is stainless steel. With a weight of 72 grams, the chronograph is quite light and thus comfortable to wear. The watch is water resistant up to 3 bar, so it is considered splash-proof. The dial features a minute hand and an hour hand, as well as a moon phase indicator. The Slimline Ladies Moonphase model is available in several versions with a stainless steel bracelet or with a blue-textured calfskin strap. The clasp is a folding clasp made of polished stainless steel. Some of the two-tone models have gold plating, in yellow gold or rose gold, with a fineness of 750. Battery life is approximately 60 months.

Brand history

Frédèrique Constant is a Swiss luxury watch manufacturer. The company was founded in 1988 as a family business in Geneva. In 1992, the first collection was presented. The Swiss watch manufacturer Alpina was acquired in 2002 and has been part of the Frédèrique Constant group since then. The designs and all manufacturing steps are handmade by the manufacture. Since May 2016, the Frédèrique-Constant Group belongs to the Japanese watch group Citizen.