Pre-Baselworld 2016: Frederique Constant will launch a perpetual calendar with in-house caliber for 7995 Euro.

Discover a very first teaser of the new Frederique Constant Slimline Perpetual Calendar Manufacture 


Everything official will follow the 17th of March, when Baselworld 2016 opens its doors. Today I can show you this teaser of the entirely developed and manufactured perpetual calendar of Frederique Constant.

The most amazing thing about this mechanical wristwatch is its price of only 7995 Euro. A gold-plated version will be sold for 8295 Euro. Comparable developments cost much more …

Here is the teaser of the Frederique Constant Slimline Perpetual Calendar Manufacture …





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4 replies on “Pre-Baselworld 2016: Frederique Constant will launch a perpetual calendar with in-house caliber for 7995 Euro.”
  1. says: Thomas

    Frederique Constant, Chapeau well done! Very nice looking and below 10K Euro with an in-house movement very attractive price point. Now if I compare the new Omega calander at almost the same price, me I would buy this one!

  2. says: Guy

    The styling is to my tastes. I like the price and I may buy one when it is released. Well done Frederique Constant, Chapeau!
    I have wondered about the costs of perpetuals especially in light of today’s design and manufacturing technologies. Computer aided design and CNC machining cuts the costs of development and manufacturing of complex movements to the bone. If you buy A. Lange & Sohne you are buying an lot hand finishing, precious metal and artistry along with the cachet of the name.

  3. says: Frederic

    This and today’s news from Omega make one wonder what the markup on calendars must have been in the past. How do they bring the cost down like this?

  4. says: Andreas

    Amazing! Simply amazing!
    In-house caliber! For that price!
    Ok, many pushers to set the indications.
    But, typically for Frederique Constant, a lovely classic dial.

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