Swiss luxury watchmaker Frederique Constant has released two new options for its coveted Flyback Chronograph Manufacture, boasting sportier designs than the years past.
The original model itself took the brand six years to develop, and was debuted in 2017 at Baselworld. Now offering a more casual look, Frederique Constant has crafted two different versions: one in stainless steel and one in rose-gold plating, with both cases measuring in at 42mm. The stainless steel edition is paired with the cooler tones of a deep blue dial with silver contrasting subdials, while the luxury metal option carries a chocolate dial working elegantly with pristine white subdials. Both are powered by the brand’s in-house self-winding FC-760 movement, incorporating 32 jewels and capable of holding a power reserve of 38 hours. Completing the timepieces are alligator straps in complementary colors — black for the blue iteration, and dark brown for the chocolate version.
Both options of the new Frederique Constant Flyback Chronograph Manufacture are now available, retailing for $4,295 USD for the blue edition and $4,595 for the brown edition. Head over to the watchmaker’s site to learn more.
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