With a case diameter of 40mm and holding the FC-310 Heart Beat automatic movement, this timepiece showcases an elaborately decorated dial, with its classic Guilloché style and accentuated with traditional Roman numerals indexes.
The first Heartbeat timepiece was launched in 1994 and quickly became an iconic signature of the brand. The purpose of the Heart Beat development was to show that these models were mechanical. With this in mind, the company added an aperture at the position of the balance wheel to show the beauty of the mechanical movement, of its “heartbeat”.
Hours, minutes, seconds
fc-310 caliber, automatic
Perlage and colimaçon decoration on the movement
38-hour power reserve, 26 jewels, 28'800 alt/h
Polished stainless steel 2-part case
Diameter or dimensions (mm) 40
Thickness (mm) 10.5
Lug width (mm) 20
Scratch-resistant convex sapphire crystal
See through case back
Water-resistant up to 5 atm/50m/164ft
Silver color dial with clous de paris guilloché in the center
Printed black roman numerals
Seconds graduation on outer ring
Black hour, minute and second hands
Heart beat opening at 12 o’clock
Black calf leather strap with crocodile pattern embossing and black stitching
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.