First released in 1999 and then re-introduced in 2020, Frederique Constant’s Highlife collection embodies the values that have contributed to the Maison’s success: a refined design, Swiss high-end watchmaking, and an attractive price point. Now this highly contemporary watch family is being further expanded to include two timepieces with a world time function.
This sophisticated complication is brought to life by the already established genuine self-winding caliber FC-718 that can be admired through an exhibition case back. The Highlife Worldtimer is available in two versions: the first with a rose gold case and a petrol dial, and the second in a stainless steel case with a brown dial. Both versions have a diameter of 41 mm and are equipped with various interchangeable straps.
The Frederique Constant Highlife Worldtimer execution is limited to 35 pieces with pricing is marked at approximately $26,000 when converted to USD. The steel iteration will be placed into serial production with pricing marked at $4,500 when converted to USD.
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