Frederique Constant is marking the 10th anniversary of its Classics Worldtimer Manufacture watch with two new models for 2022 — one in steel, the other in 18ct rose gold.
Both will be presented to retailers and press for the first time at Watches and Wonders later this month.
The Worldtimer epitomises Frederique Constant’s approach to watchmaking.
Since its inception, the business has set out to give customers the sort of high end timekeepers associated with the likes of Patek Philippe and Vacheron Constantin, but at prices that mere mortals can afford.
So, while a golden Patek Philippe World Time retails for over $40,000, Frederique Constant offers the same features in a $21,995 18ct gold watch.
The steel 10th anniversary piece is just $4,695.
Both use the FC-718 in-house automatic movement and they both feature a dial with a world map in deep blue for the oceans and grey for the land, circled with a white disc with 24 world cities.
The 42mm Classics Worldtimer Manufacture is offered on a blue leather strap.