Treat yourself to the only Slimline Manufacture Quantième Perpétuel watch from Frédérique Constant with a figure XV on the dial.
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This unique watch was created for the 15th anniversary of the WorldTempus website owned by the founder of the Fine Watch Club, who now wishes to give it to a club member. This private collector's item has never been worn.
The Slimline Manufacture Quantième Perpétuel from Frédérique Constant has a lot to offer. It is the cheapest perpetual calendar equipped with a Manufacture movement on the market and is now offered to you by the Fine Watch Club in a unique edition.
This model is the only one to feature a Roman numeral XV instead of the usual baton index at 3 o'clock.
The movement of the Frédérique Constant Slimline Manufacture Quantième Perpétuel takes into account months of different lengths over a four-year cycle and can therefore handle not only months of 28, 30 and 31 days, but also the 29th day added to the month of February in leap years. The corresponding indications are clearly displayed on the dial in three sub-counters: one for the day, another for the date and a third, combined, at 12 o'clock for the month and leap year. At 6 o'clock, a moon phase window displays the lunar cycle which is coupled with the perpetual calendar display, meaning that no manual date correction is required until 1 March 2100. However, the indications can be adjusted via the pushers hidden on the sides of the case.
This exclusive model has a steel case with a diameter of 42mm and a dark brown leather strap. It is equipped with a self-winding mechanical movement (calibre FC-775) and offers a power reserve of 38 hours.
- Diameter: 42mm
- Color: white, indexes
- Power reserve: 38h
- Leap year function,
date, hours, minutes, month,
- Stainless steel
- Alligator leather
- Water-resistance: 30 meters