Frederique Constant extends perpetual calendar collection


Frederique Constant joined the high table of Swiss watchmakers in 2016 when it created its first perpetual calendar wristwatch with a manufacture movement, the FC-775 with its 38 hour power reserve.

This year the automatic movement is being used in Frederique Constant’s new Highlife Perpetual Calendar Manufacture, which displays days, months and years in three subdials along with a moonphase at 6 o’clock.


There are three 2020 versions. One with a white dial in two-tone steel with rose gold plating on the bezel, bracelet, hands and crown.

Second is a piece with a blue dial and silver hands in a steel case with a steel bracelet that can be swapped for a blue rubber strap.

Third is a white-dialed model worn on a black leather or black rubber strap.

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