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Frederique Constant Gets Dark With All-Black Worldtimer Watch

Frederique Constant Gets Dark With All-Black Worldtimer Watch

Frederique Constant

It’s never been easier or more stylish and sleek to get into the spirit of Black Friday: Start with what’s on your wrist via a luxe upgrade and Frederique Constant‘s Classics Worldtimer Manufacture Globetrotter Edition in a very fitting all-new, all-black design.

The original Classics Worldtimer, introduced by the Swiss watchmaker in 2012, remains one of the brand’s most popular watches, and now gets a sleek and jetset-ready revamp for today’s modern man.

Frederique Constant

The heart of the design refresh is the elegant, 42mm sandblasted PVD titanium case in all black, with a visually appealing planisphere dial design.

Frederique Constant

The inner dial is an addition to the Classics Worldtimer Globetrotter Edition’s city discs. It also includes a map of the world.

At the 6’o-clock mark rests an even more stylish sunray guilloché subdial with date display.

Frederique Constant

This design detail has a noteworthy swerve: 24 cities around the globe are now identified by their airport codes. This luxury watch is an extraordinary choice for world travelers.

Indeed, the famed watchmaker describes the timepiece as “a perfect watch to travel the world easily,” and its design indicates just as much.

12-hour segments are coordinated with the world cities rings, with the dark disc denoting night and the white disc denoting daylight hours.

Frederique Constant

The three-notch crown system allows one to change the date, hours, minutes and Worldtimer functions quickly, a unique distinction that allows “the wearer to cross time zones concentrating only on discovery of the world.”

The Classics Worldtimer Globetrotter Edition accomplishes this with central hands to tell the local time, with the mobile flange display home time — they synchronize automatically, of course.

Frederique Constant

The impossibly complex FC-718 movement can be viewed through a sapphire caseback for good measure.

Details are also carefully considered, such as the fine black alligator leather strap with Frederique Constant Manufacture seal.

Frederique Constant

The horology masters at Frederique Constant rightfully call the original Classics Worldtimer a “true travel icon,” and this latest edition is worthy of similar praise.

You need to be careful before this watch can take you on a journey that will lead you to new world discoveries.

Article: www.maxim.com

Frederique Constant Gets Dark With All-Black Worldtimer Watch

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