|Case Size||37 mm|
|Case Material||Stainless Steel|
|Water Resistance (Meters)||30|
|Glass Material||Sapphire Crystal|
|Warranty Period||2 Years|
Frederique Constant Classics Slim Line
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Customer Reviews on Frederique Constant Classics Slim Line FC-220NG4S6
Average Customer Rating 4.5 out of 5 based on 2 Review(s)
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Featured here is the ultra thin slimline series watch from Frederique Constant. Incorporating fc 220 8 jewels quartz calibre with a battery life of 25 months in a all stainless steel case of just 5mm thick, thus watch is an engineering marvel.thinned wise the only competitor is titan edge (just 3.5mm thick).32mm case is small for medium wrists.
The design is inspired from the Patek Philippe Calatrava, Audemars Piguet, JLC and Piaget. The dark grey dial has a 3d effect .the razor sharp hands with a vibrant date with bold highlights maintains the ultra slim feel.moreover scratch resistant sapphire crystal with the 19mm crocodile calf leather black strap adds a luxury touch to the watch.
Overall verdict : a feather light ultra thin watch with stunning looks at a reasonable price. Must have to magnify beauty of your formals and dress wear.
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