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Five things to love about Frederique Constant’s New Slimline Automatic

The new Frederique Constant Slimline Automatic has extracted the best of classic watchmaking to create a beautiful timepiece at an affordable price.
Hand-made, industry standard

True to their ‘accessible luxury’ spirit, the new Frederique Constant model combines the expert work of a master watchmaker, the latest precision equipment, and seamless elegance, making a little piece of Swiss opulence accessible to everyone.

Immutably chic

Whether you opt for ultra-modern gear or more traditional elegance, the Slimline Automatic is a timeless accessory designed to suit every look. Housed in a thin case with refined lines, it exudes simplicity and studied sophistication.

Specs, baby

Sold on the looks, but want to know what is under the hood? The sleek round case features a 40 mm diameter, with mechanics powered by the FC-306 automatic calibre. The 25-jewel movement oscillating at 28,800 beats per hour provides a 42-hour power-reserve and drives the minute, hour, and date functions. Vital to any watch is its readability, which is provided in effortless style on the white dial with black Roman numeral indices. And, of course, it’s water-resistant to 30 meters.

Something for the amateur

Like all the models of the new Slimline Automatic range, the watch features casing snapped with a sapphire crystal glass at the back, enabling even amateur watch collectors and aficionados to marvel at the mechanics. For authenticity, the back panel is engraved with the name of Frederique Constant and the individual reference number.

Choose your look

Accessorising and want to co-ordinate your look? Each version of Frederique Constant’s New Slimline Automatic is fitted with a leather strap and pin buckle matching the colour of the case: black for the classic stainless steel model, and chocolate brown for the seasonal rose-gold plated variation.


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