FC-712 Manufacture automatic caliber with date and moonphase adjustable by the crown. Perlage & circular Côtes de Genève decoration on the movement. 28 jewels, 38 hours power reserve, 28’800 alt/h. Hours, minutes, seconds, moonphase, date by hand
Polished stainless steel 3-parts case. 42 mm diameter.Convex sapphire crystal. See-through case back Water-resistant up to 5 ATM.
Silver color dial with black printed roman numeral indexes. Hand polished black hands. Moonphase at 3 o’clock and date counter at 9 o’clock.
Black croco calf leather strap
Since 2004, Frederique Constant creates its owncalibers, entirely in-house designed, produced and assembled. This was an important stepfor the brand tobecomemore independent,having more control over the production line, improve quality and accelerate product delivery. In-housecalibershave become a trademarkforFrederique Constant andplayan importantrolein thebrand’sstrategy towards thefuture.
THE NEW FC-712MOVEMENT
The newestin-house calibreis the FC-712automaticmovement, thusbecoming the29thaddition to an ever-growing collection.
Based on the iconicFC-700movementseriesfrom Frederique Constant, ithas been redesigned in order to split themoonphaseand date into two counters.Both functionsareadjustableviathe crown.Through the transparentcaseback, the movement showsoff the famousPerlageandcircularCôtesde Genèvedecorations presentonall Frederique Constant in-housecalibers. It took the brand’s R&D department and watchmakerstwo yearsto perfect thismovement and introduce it to thewatchmakingmarket.
The42mm 3 parts-case holds a convex sapphire crystal and see-through caseback revealing the inner workings of the FC-712caliber, offeringa38-hour power reserve. The two countersofthemoonphaseand date arerespectivelylocated at three and nine o’clock. The elegant curved dial merges seamlessly with the case showcasingprinted roman numeralindexes and hand-polished hands.Finally,black crococalfleatherstrapcompletes the look.
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