Frederique Constant has unveiled its new in-house caliber, the FC-712 automatic movement.
Becoming the 29th addition to the collection, the movement is based on the brand’s FC-700 movement series.
This edition has been redesigned to split the moonphase and date into two counters.
Both functions are adjustable via the crown and through the exhibition case-back, the movement shows-off the famous Perlage and circular Côtes de Genève decorations present on all Frederique Constant in-house calibers.
Released in conjunction with the caliber is the new Moonphase watch.
The timepiece is offered in three variations: silver or navy blue-colored dials and in either rose gold-plated or polished stainless-steel cases.
The 42mm 3 part-case holds a convex sapphire crystal and see-through caseback revealing the inner workings of the FC-712 caliber which offers a 38-hour power reserve.
The two counters of the moonphase and date are respectively located at three and nine o’clock.
The firm confirmed the new watch will be priced at between $2,595 and $2,895.