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Frederique Constant Classics


₹ 1,20,000

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Full Specification

  • CollectionClassics
    Model NoFC-315MS4C26
  • Movement
    Features Date
    Movement Automatic
    Case Size 31 mm
    Case Shape Rectangular
    Case Material Stainless Steel
    Glass Material Sapphire Crystal
    Dial Colour Silver
    Strap Material Leather
    EAN 7688200231498
    Gender Men
    Water Resistance (M) 30
    Warranty Period 2 Years
    Country of Origin Switzerland

About the Frederique Constant Classics Collection


Frederique Constant is known for creating mechanically sound timepieces coupled with modern trends and technologies. Encompassing complications such as heartbeat, tourbillon, date, moon phase, and clocks, the brand had to bring a sense of elegance and simplicity into its hangar. This was bolstered by the introduction of the Frederique Constant Classics collection. A collection that defines the elegance of a simple dress watch but also highlights the brand’s craftsmanship.

The Art Deco

Inspired by the timepieces from the 40s, the Classics collection is a home series with different case shapes. Art Deco Oval and Art Deco Round are two timepieces under the Art Deco series. Equipped with Roman numerals, the Art Deco series dons a guilloche dial and lozenge hands. The series is equipped with two case shapes, oval and round. Another series inspired by the Art Deco movement is the Carree series. Taking its inspiration from the watches with rectangular cases from the 40s, the Carree series is equipped with both quartz and automatic movement. The automatic iteration also features a heartbeat window at the 12 o’clock marker.

The Heart Beat

The affinity the brand has towards showcasing its movements is immense and this is done by the Heart Beat window at the 12 o’clock marker. The Classics Heart Beat Automatic is fitted with the in-house FC-310 automatic movement. Another series of timepieces featuring a Heart Beat window is the Classics Heart Beat Moonphase. Fitted with a moon phase at the 6 o’clock marker, the Heart Beat Moonphase also features a Date Pointer denoted by an arrow hand.

The Classics

Inside the Frederique Constant Classics collection, there are a few series that possess classic watchmaking traditions such as sword hands and index markers. The collection also features a dual timer called the Classics Quartz GMT and Classics Automatic GMT that displays the second time zone by an arrow hand. Adding complexities to the collection, Frederique Constant installed it with the Quartz Chronograph. The Quartz Chronograph features three sub-dials at 3, 6, and 9 o’clock markers. The series also features a Triple Calendar variant where the day/month counter is fixed at the 12 o’clock marker and a date pointer that displays the date with an arrow hand.

Business Timer

For people who tend to keep everything on the go, the Frederique Constant Classics Business Timer is a suave addition to the wrist. With various features such as day, date, week, moon phase, and month, the Business Timer has quite a busy dial. The series features a day and date sub-dial at the 9 and 3 o’clock marker, respectively. Whereas, the moon phase is fixed at the 6 o’clock marker. The month or week is pointed by an arrow hand.

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  • Elroy Pereira


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    Frederique Constant is a high end luxury watch maker based in Geneva. Their principal goal is to produce fine watches that are not only visually appealing, but technically pure as well, at relatively affordable prices. FC has never cut down on quality with their watches been rigorously tested. The FC Classics Carree 315MS4C26 is a stunning watch that stands out. Its rectangular stainless steel 47 X 31mm case holds the fabled FC-315 automatic movement. The silver dial has a central Côte de Genève motif flanked by an applied hour and minute marked ring. The dial also has a prominent exposed “heartbeat” movement at XII o’clock along with a date window at VI o’clock. The beautiful part of the exposed movement is the manner in which the gilded date wheel and decoration complete the central ring without breaking it. The date wheel is a visual treat as the gilded dates are actually cut out silhouettes, appearing as such in the date aperture as well as through the transparent case back. The black Breguet hands match the case shape and complement the black Crococalf leather strap.