Frédérique Constant Maxime: Affordably In-House

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Five years ago, Frédérique Constant joined the circle of Swiss brands that develop and produce their movements in-house. For 2009, Frédérique Constant introduces its Maxime Manufacture Automatic featuring the all-new, in-house manufactured FC-700 automatic caliber. Outside, the 42mm diameter case offers polished and matte surfaces. A sapphire crystal covers a silver guilloché dial.

Priced at only $2550 in steel or $3550 in steel/rose gold plate, the Maxime offers classic good looks and excellent value for a Swiss-made watch with a manufacture movement. The Maxime is available at retailers now. For more information, visit www.frederique-constant.com. Click the images below to view larger versions.

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About Mike Disher

Mike Disher's interest in watches dates to 1972, and he caught the internet bug in 1997. In 1999 he combined these interests by joining TimeZone.com as its first full-time employee, and later that year attended his first Basel Fair. Disher managed TZ from 2000-2007, and joined WatchTime in 2008.

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