Wednesday, October 27, 2021


Frederique Constant is a Swiss watchmaking manufacture located in Geneva, Switzerland. The Maison was founded in 1988 by a couple of independent entrepreneurs, Aletta and Peter Stas, to offer quality Swiss watches at competitive prices, with the aim of democratizing luxury Swiss Made watches.

Frederique Constant creates, develops, assembles and controls a wide variety of mechanical, quartz and connected timepieces within its Manufacture in Geneva. To this day, Frederique Constant has designed 30 Manufacture calibers, including high complications, such as the Tourbillon, Perpetual Calendar and Flyback Chronograph. Just this year, the brand introduced a breakthrough in the field of precision mechanical timekeeping, the Monolithic Manufacture, which feature’s the world’s first silicon oscillator that allows the movement to ticks ten times fast than traditional mechanical watches at 288,000 vibrations per hour.

Equal in innovation and style, Frederique Constant creates proven classic ladies styles targeting the North American consumers’ preferences with collections such as the Art Déco, Carrée, Slimline or Classic Quartz Ladies.

Since 2016, Frederique Constant has supported non-profit organization DonorsChoose in their mission to enable teachers to request donations for projects, programs or resources.

Frederique Constant is currently present in nearly 3,000 points of sale in 120 countries across the world. In 2016, the Frederique Constant group (Frederique Constant, Alpina Watches, Ateliers deMonaco) joined the Japanese group Citizen, so as to pursue its international development and nurture new synergies.


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Frederique Constant celebrates 22 years of the Highlife with new limited edition

Housed in a 41mm case, the model features the Heart Beat opening at noon, enhanced by blue Arabic numerals inspired by the original oversized markers.

Frederique Constant creates perpetual calendar watch with tourbillon housing a manufacture movement

Most notable for watches of this sophistication and finish are the prices: $22,995 for the steel piece, limited to 88, and $39,995 for each of the 30 gold watches Frederique Constant is making.

Frederique Constant brings three looks to one world timer

Frederique Constant is more than a little excited about its new Highlife Worldtimer Manufacture, which it describes as "a future icon" thanks to the combination of its dial engraved with a representation of a globe and its FC-718 movement under the hood.

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