Frederique Constant has dropped a limited edition of its Worldtimer Manufacture with its city wheel printed in nine different languages.
This year celebrating its 10th anniversary, the Classics Worldtimer Manufacture is presented as a 100-piece Native Edition depicting the 24 cities in their native languages including English, Arabic, Urdu, Bengali, Thai, Chinese, Japanese, Spanish and Portuguese.
The dial depicts a world map in pale blue against white seas with applied lume pot hour markers and a date dial at the six o’clock position.
Housed in a 42mm stainless steel case , the watch is powered by an FC-718 automatic movement with 38-hour power reserve.
When it drops in August, the Classics Worldtimer Manufacture: Native Edition 2022, will cost $4,495 USD.
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