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Frederique Constant - CLASSIC INDEX AUTOMATIC

FC-303NN5B6B

2 Year Limited Warranty

Introducing the Frederique Constant Classic Index Automatic timepiece – a bold and sophisticated take on the classic wristwatch. Featuring an eye-catching blue dial, with applied hour markers and hands that catch your attention from the moment you look at them. With strong, geometric lines, this watch is a real statement-maker; definitely not just for everyday wear!

The timepiece itself boasts a luxurious steel design with a 40mm diameter 2-part case, accented by a striking blued steel second hand. And with its 38 hours power reserve, you can be sure it'll be ready to go anytime you need it to. Whether you're headed out of town or just want to dress up your look, this watch won't let you down. And what better way to complete the perfect look than with a sleek stainless steel bracelet?

For luxury shoppers looking to make an impression without compromising on quality and timelessness of style, look no further than Frederique Constant's Classic Index Automatic watch.

Movement

  • Fc-303 caliber, automatic
  • 38-hour power reserve, 26 jewels, 28'800 alt/h

Case

  • Polished stainless steel 2-part case
  • Diameter of 40 mm
  • Thickness (mm) 10.3
  • Lug width (mm) 20
  • Convex sapphire crystal
  • Water-resistant up to 5 atm

Dial

  • Navy blue dial, applied silver indexes with white luminous treatment
  • Hand-polished silver hands with white luminous treatment
  • Date window at 3 o’clock

Functions

  • Hours, minutes, seconds, date

Strap

  • Stainless steel bracelet

What is an Automatic Watch?

An automatic watch harnesses the movement of the wearer's arm to power its mechanism. As the arm moves, a rotor inside the watch rotates, winding the mainspring. This stored energy is then released, driving the gears that keep the watch's hands moving and accurate timekeeping.

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