Frederique Constant Introduces a New Slimline Auto Heart Beat

In 2023, the Swiss watch manufacturer Frederique Constant is further enriching and consolidating its Slimline collection, which has become over the years a brand icon with a new Slimline Auto Heart Beat.

The absolute elegance of this brand new model is due to their pure lines and the quality of the design, one of the slimmest models of Frederique Constant. Indeed, with the 40mm case, available in a polished stainless steel, this new timepiece is visibly masculine and will look stylish on any man’s wrist. A Vividly eye-catching mix between classical timepiece and innovation especially as we catch a glimpse of the jewelled mechanism through the dial aperture at 12’ o’clock. The quintessentially classic and traditional design of Frederique Constant watches are nonetheless enhanced by numerous details that are often also innovative. It was Frederique Constant in 1994 that developed the very first Heart Beat watch by showing the mechanical movement and therefore created a trend throughout the Horological industry.

The result of an exercise in style, and with the focus on minimalism, the Slimline Auto Heart Beat reflects a movement towards the essential. This new timepiece incorporates specific codes that enhance its unique character and its extreme simplicity with its thin polished baton-type hours’ markers, along with a supremely pure navy blue dial. The overall design of the new Slimline Auto Heart Beat makes them light, both visually and physically.

As Frederique Constant Slimline collection is synonymous with thin models, the Slimline Heart Beat houses the FC-312 caliber, an automatic movement that is one of the slenderest in its category and drives the heartbeat, hours and minutes functions. This movement beats at a frequency of 28,800 alt/h, has 25 jewels and a 42-hour power reserve. In order to protect the watch, the case is water-resistant down to 3 ATM.

Finally, the Slimline Auto heart Beat is graced with a delicate croco-calf strap, in blue matching the color of the case.

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