To produce one's own manufactory in-house movement is a demonstration of the brand's high degree of maturity. The Geneva manufactory Frederique Constant brought its first in-house movement in 2004 and thus entered the watchmaking elite. Today, it already offers 30 of its own movements with various complications. From basic three-hand movements with a date, to complex ones such as the Worldtimer or Flyback Chronograph, to royal complications such as the Perpetual Calendar and Tourbillon. A special position is occupied by the Monolithic Manufacture movement with a monolithic silicon oscillator, replacing the 26 components of the standard step mechanism. It operates at a respectable frequency of 40 Hz, which is ten times the frequency of the flywheel in ordinary mechanical watches. This brief list makes it clear that with Frederique Constant you are dealing with a truly high class watch.
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