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Runabout Automatic Silver Dial Men's Watch
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Slimline Automatic Navy Blue Dial Men's Watch
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Slimline Automatic Silver Dial Men's Watch
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Classics Automatic White Dial Men's Watch
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Heart Beat Automatic White Dial Diamond Ladies Watch
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FREDERIQUE CONSTANT Slimline Automatic Men's Watch  40 mm
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Frederique Constant: Nothing but Class

Frederique Constant, or FC as their loyal patrons call it, manufactures high-quality watches, but with a friendly price tag. All Frederique Constant watches exude both classical and traditional aesthetics. But more importantly, they all feature a timeless style that will forever remain relevant for generations to come.

On top of these, every single piece from the brand offers outstanding innovative features and precision. Thus, we get watches that perfectly blend traditional style with modern technological elements, including the Frederique Constant Runabout, Frederique Constant Horological Smartwatch, and Frederique Constant Slimline. While, of course, still being relatively accessible. Even the most expensive Frédérique Constant watch doesn’t match the price of other luxury horological brands.

The story behind Frederique Constant watches started in 1988 during a winter vacation in Switzerland for a young couple. Aletta Bax and Peter Stas were strolling the watch stores of Bern when an idea sparked. In 1991, the couple began development and by 1992, they launched their first ever collection.

Since then, we’ve seen timepieces of the brand on the wrists of the rich and the famous. Patrons include Hollywood actresses Gwyneth Paltrow and Eva Longoria, British superstar Victoria Beckham, and renowned Spanish supermodel Inés Sastre

How much is a Frederique Constant watch? 

Now that we’ve established that FC is one of the most affordable luxury brands out there, how much is a Frederique Constant watch, exactly? Of course, this will depend on your model and collection. Nevertheless, no matter which timepiece you chose, you are still investing in the best affordable luxury watches in the horological industry. Here’s a quick overview of the best selling and most popular Frederique Constant watches and their prices.



Price (approximate)


Frederique Constant Slimline FC-245M5S5

$818 USD 


39mmYellow gold plated case, sapphire crystal, leather strap, FC-245 quartz movement, 30m water resistant
Frederique Constant Runabout Automatic  FC-393RM5B4$3,599 USD42mmRose gold plated stainless steel case, scratch resistant sapphire crystal, silver guilloché dial, rose gold tone luminous hands,brown leather strap, 50m water resistance
Frederique Constant Flyback Chronograph Manufacture Automatic FC-760DG4H4$3,259 USD42mmRose gold stainless steel case, sapphire crystal, dark gray dial with silver-tone hands and index hour markers, brown alligator leather strap
Frederique Constant Ladies Automatic Double Heart Beat FC-310LGDHB3B4$2,147 USD36mmRose gold plated stainless steel case, convex sapphire crystal, light gray dial with sunray decoration, 6 applied diamonds and 3 rose gold plated indexes, FC-310 heart beat automatic movement, 50m water resistant
Frederique Constant Vintage Rally Healey Automatic FC-303HGRS5B6$1,715 USD40mm

FC-303 caliber, automatic movement, rose gold plated stainless steel case, convex sapphire crystal, green dial, applied silver indexes, white luminous date window at 3 o’clock, brown calf leather strap, 50m water resistant


Frederique Constant Classics Ladies Quartz FC-220MS3B6$855 USD36mmPolished stainless steel case, convex sapphire crystal, silver dial with guilloché decoration and black printed roman numeral indexes, date window at 6 o’clock, blue calf  leather strap, 50m water resistant
Frederique Constant Slimline Moonphase Stars Manufacture FC-701NSD3SD4

$4,695 USD


38.8mmFC-701 manufacture caliber, automatic with moonphase at 12 o’clock, rose gold-plated polished stainless steel case with 60 diamonds, convex sapphire crystal, 8 hand-set diamonds and 4 rose gold-plated applied indexes, blue alligator strap
Frederique Constant Horological Smartwatch FC-287B5B6

$995 USD


42mmAll smart functions adjustable with the crown, rechargeable battery, FC-287 caliber quartz movement, black dial with applied silver roman indexes, black rubber strap
Frederique Constant Classic Worldtimer Manufacture FC-718NRWM4H9$15,995 USD 42mm18K rose gold case, convex sapphire crystal, navy blue color dial with gray world map in the center and luminous indexes, rose gold plated hands, date counter at 6 o’clock marker, 24h disc with day (red) & night (gray) indication with 24 cities disc, automatic movement, navy blue alligator leather strap with off-white stitches
Frederique Constant Smartwatch Men’s Classics FC-287N5B6B$1,095 USD 42mmHeart rate sensor, all smart functions adjustable with the crown, digital screen, rechargeable battery, polished stainless steel case, convex sapphire crystal, navy dial with applied silver roman indexes, stainless steel bracelet


Frederique Constant Watch Collections

Prices for the Frederique Constant Slimline: Thin, Clean, and Minimalist

The Frederique Constant Slimline collection is the perfect series for those looking for a minimalistic and clean look. The classic Slimline models are only 1.9 mm in thickness. Thus, this allows for these ultra-thin timepieces to rest lightly on your wrist.

Asides from the timeless style, this chic line also features some of the cheapest Frederique Constant watches out there. With that in mind, how much is a Frederique Constant watch in the Slimline collection? The Frederique Constant Slimline FC-200STDS6B for ladies boasts only a $695 USD price tag. This model features a polished stainless steel 25mm case with a sapphire crystal. Eight diamond markers adorn the white mother-of-pearl dial. The stainless steel bracelet completes the timeless and elegant look of this specific FC watch.

Meanwhile, the Slimline FC-775G4S4 is the most expensive Frederique Constant watch of the line. This wristwatch costs $8,895 USD and features an automatic perpetual calendar with a sparkling and circular damaskeening pattern. The rose gold-plated case is 42mm in diameter and can withstand submersion up to 3 meters underwater. The dark blue alligator leather strap on this Frederique Constant automatic watch perfectly complements the sunray design on its convex sapphire crystal.

Another popular model from this collection is the Frederique Constant Moonphase FC-701NSD3SD4. This $4,695 timepiece is adorned in 68 sparkling diamonds and has a moonphase dial at the 12 o’clock marker. All functions, including the moon phase, are adjustable via the crown. The rose-gold 38.8mm case and shiny dark blue alligator leather strap of these Frederique Constant Moonphase watches will look graceful on your wrist during all special occasions.

Prices Frederique Constant Horological Smartwatch: FC’s Innovative Take on the Trend

In 2015, FC introduced the first ever Horological Smartwatch by a Swiss brand. The Frederique Constant Horological Smartwatch collection offers its users modern features such as activity tracking and sleep monitoring. However, it still remains true to the classic design and style that quartz watches embodies. Thanks to this innovation, we can keep an eye on our well-being, whilst sporting the definitive look of classic Swiss watches.

Frederique Constant price tags for these watches will depend on the model. The Smartwatch men’s classic pieces can range between $996 USD and $1,095 USD. These Frederique Constant men’s watches provide you with dynamic coaching catered especially for you. This is possible thanks to their activity and sleep tracking feature. Once you’ve synced your smartwatch to its companion app on your Apple or Android smartphone, you will get easy-to-understand infographics. Highlighting your sleep quality and pattern, and movements when awake, this will aid you in setting up appropriate and attainable health and wellness goals.

And while that is already pretty impressive enough, FC did not stop there. In 2020, the brand launched the Smartwatch Vitality. In collaboration with electronics expert Philips Wearable Sensing, this newcomer into the horological smartwatch line comes equipped with an optical heart rate measuring system. This Frederique Constant watch can measure your heart rate directly from your wrist!

To access all smart features that these watches have, you will need to press on the crown. This will reveal a digital display on the lower part of the dial. From here, you can check on the numerous information that your FC smartwatch gathered. This includes things like your heart rate, activity and sleep tracker, and a second time zone, if you’re a frequent traveler. On top of these, you can even check your message notifications. Similar to its predecessors, you can directly configure the settings of this smartwatch on the companion application. So, how much is a Frederique Constant watch in this line? The cheapest Vitality watch will set you back around $963 USD. Meanwhile, the most expensive one is roughly around $1,394 USD.

Prices for the Frederique Constant Manufacture: Complex and Sophisticated

The Frederique Constant Manufacture features the most prestigious models of the entire brand. Perfectly exhibiting the brand’s horological expertise, the timepieces in this collection are all fully produced and assembled in the FC workshops. The majority of the models in the Manufacture collection boast the in-house made FC-710 movement. From the beautifully engraved dials with guilloché decorations, to the sleek and elegant cases, Frederique Constant’s Manufacture watches are the brand’s most prestigious collection yet. With most models only available in limited editions, these timepieces certainly boast a level of exclusivity to its wearer. You will surely receive admiring glances if you have Frederique Constant watches from this collection on your wrist.

One of the most popular models in this collection is the Frederique Constant Classics Manufacture FC-710MC4H4 watch. This incredibly stylish watch comes in a durable rose gold plated steel 42mm case. Its dial features intricate patterns with black printed roman numerals. The hand-polished black hands and indexes ties in the classic aesthetics of the watch. Additionally, there’s a day counter at the 6 o’clock marker of the dial, which is something that only newer versions of the model feature. This Frederique Constant automatic watch will set you back $3,095 USD.

Another excellent, and a little more affordable model in this line is the Manufacture FC-710MC4H6. Priced at around $2,795 USD, it is one of the most competitive prices of the brand. Thus, it’s perfect for those who are just entering the world of luxury Swiss watch brands. It has similar features to that of the FC-710MC4H4. Ticking inside this watch is an in-house self-winding automatic movement with a 42-hour power reserve. Its dial features a sleek clous de Paris guilloché pattern with printed Roman numerals. Meanwhile, straying away from the FC-710MC4H4, this timepiece comes in a silver, stainless steel 42mm case.

Moreover, the most expensive Frederique Constant watch in this line is the Perpetual Calendar Tourbillon Manufacture FC-975MC4H4. Released in 2019, this watch boasts the brand’s most elaborate movement to date. Equipped with the automatic FC-975 in-house movement, it thoroughly merges the tourbillon and perpetual calendar releases that preceded it. Inclosed in a rose gold plated stainless steel case, this timepiece features a silver-colored dial with a clous de Paris guilloché decoration. The FC-975MC4H4 features three three subsidiary dials. The one at the 12 o’clock marker displays the months and the leap year, while the 3 o’clock marker indicates the date. You can find the day of the week on the sub-dial at the 9 o’clock register. Meanwhile, at the 6 o’clock marker, you can find the tourbillon cage. Here, you can see the silicium-core tourbillon and its blue screws, silicon escapement wheel, and anchor. Costing around $22,995 USD, it’s certainly one of the brand’s highest price points.

Prices for the Frederique Constant Classics: Everyday Watches for Every Style

Known for their classical and refined timepieces, the Frederique Constant Classics collection features clean lines and timeless look. You can easily style these watches with any outfit during any occasion. Now, you might be wondering how much is a Frederique Constant watch in this collection? Well, that depends on the specific model. Over the years, FC has released several models and versions of the Classics timepieces.

The model that perfectly embodies the elegance of this collection is the Frederique Constant Classics Carree Ladies FC-200MC16B. Its refined and timeless design truly will never go out of fashion. This $795 USD watch features a silver-colored dial with guilloché decorations. It has printed roman numerals and hand-polished black hands. Made of polished stainless steel with 2-parts, the 23mm case is one of the lightest models available. To perfectly tie in the elegant look of the watch is the stainless steel bracelet.

The Art Déco Round FC-200MPN2AR6B watch is another popular model in this collection. This specific timepiece features a more contemporary style, while still staying true to the classic FC look. The classic Art Déco round aesthetic of this watch comes in a gorgeous 30mm stainless steel case with a polished bezel. The navy mother-of-pearl dial is adorned with a guilloché pattern at the center, which diffuses the light outwards and towards the printed roman numerals. To top it off, the white-colored hands elegantly complement the iridescence of the dial. At only $950.00, it is one of the more accessible Frederique Constant price tags available.

Meanwhile, if you want to push the envelope with the most expensive Frederique Constant watch in the Classic collection, then you should definitely check out the Classics Ladies Quartz FC-220MPW3BD6B watch. It features the brand’s FC-220 quartz movement with a 45-month battery life. Its polished stainless steel 36mm case has 40 diamonds set on the bezel, perfectly emulating the elegant classicism of the brand. You can find a date window at the 6 o'clock register of the white mother-of-pearl dial.

Overall, every single timepiece in the Frederique Constant Classics collection is perfect for every modern-day woman who wants a touch of classicism to their style.

Prices for the Frederique Constant Runabout: Elegant Watches for the Gentleman

In 2009, FC partnered with the legendary Runabout yachts of the Riva Historical Society. A non-profit Milan-based organization, that’s goal is to preserve and restore the 1920s Runabout boats. Since then, FC has released limited-edition Runabout timepieces inspired by these classic boats. Paying tribute to the handcrafted wooden powerboats, the Frederique Constant Runabout collection effectively encapsulates the precise engineering and timeless elegant designs of both brands. FC released only 2,888 pieces for this limited edition collection.

Currently, there are three models in this Frederique Constant men’s watches collection. The Runabout Automatic FC-303RMN5B6 has a stainless steel 42mm case with a navy leather strap. It has a navy dial with luminescent numerals. On top of that, both the indexes and hands of this timepiece are luminescent. There’s a date display at the 6 o’clock marker of the dial. Powering this Frederique Constant automatic is the FC-303 caliber movement, with a 38-hour power reserve. Seeing as this is a special collaboration between FC and the Riva Historical Society, there's an engraved Riva Historical Society flag on the see-through case back. So, what’s the Frederique Constant price tag on this watch? This specific model will cost you $1,595.00.

Moreover, in 2020, FC released the Runabout RHS Chronograph Automatic models. These Frederique Constant men’s watches mark the comeback of the chronograph — which hasn’t been available in the brand for years. These two Runabout RHS Chronograph Automatic models feature tri-compax chronographs at the 12 o’clock, 6 o’clock, and 9 o’clock markers. Housed in 42 mm steel cases, these timepieces have the signature guilloché pattern of the brand. Ticking away inside these Frederique Constant automatic watches are FC-392 calibers, which guarantees people a 46-hour power reserve. Both models come with the Frederique Constant price tag of $2,895 uSD. 

Prices for the Frederique Constant Ladies Automatic: Chic and Feminine Options for Her

Designed by women, for women, the Frederique Constant Ladies Automatic collection features some of the most elegant and sophisticated women’s watches available in the market. Each of these timepieces reflect the values and aspirations of the modern-day woman. And every single one is adorned with diamonds too! That will certainly catch the eye of anyone in the room. Curious about how much a Frederique Constant watch is from this line?

This collection features two main models, including the brand’s iconic double heart beat watches. One of the most popular Frederique Constant automatic timepieces in this collection is the Ladies Automatic Double Heart Beat FC-310LGDHB3B4. This specific model has a light gray dial with the signature Hart Beat at the 12 o’clock marker. There are six applied diamonds and three rose gold plated indexes on the dial. The hand polished rose gold plated hands delighted compliments the sunray decoration of the dial. Powering this watch is the brand’s in-house FC-310 Heart Beat automatic movement with Colimaçon decoration adorning the movement. This specific timepiece features a Frederique Constant price tag of $1,995 USD.

However, if you prefer something more subdued but still eye-catching, the Ladies Automatic FC-303LGD3BD2B does without the signature Heart Beat. In lieu of this, you get a light gray colored dial with sunray decoration that has eight applied diamonds along the markers. Along the bicolor stainless steel 36mm case, there are 40 diamonds embellishing the edges. Protecting the dial of this Frederique Constant automatic ladies’ watch is convex sapphire crystal. The three rose gold-plated indexes beautifully compliment the hand polished rose-gold hands. You can find a date window at the 3 o’clock register on the watch. The FC-303LGD3BD2B features a Frederique Constant price tag of $3,195 USD.

Frederique Constant’s Heritage: The Story Behind The Watch 

For centuries, the epicenter of the haute horological industry is Switzerland. Any timepiece enthusiast or connoisseurs surely knows this. And while it is not the most well-known Swiss brand, FC is still a part of the elite circle of the Swiss watchmaking industry. Based in Plan-les-Ouates in the heart of Geneva, Frederique Constant first began in 1988. This was when an idea sparked between Aletta Bax and Peter Stas to provide high-quality Swiss watches at sensible and accessible prices points.

The brand’s name takes inspiration from the couple’s great-grandparents. Frederique Schreiner (1881-1969) and Constant Stas (1880-1967) who in the early 20th century created printed watch dials for Swiss watch manufacturers. One of the founders and the current Managing Director of Frederique Constant is a 4th generation descendant of Constant Stas, Peter Stas.

Nowadays, FC is currently climbing up the ladder as one of the most popular brands for Swiss wrist watches at affordable prices. The brand is directly involved in all stages of production. This means that from the initial design to the final assembly of timepieces, everything is under FC. Additionally, the majority of the designs of these wristwatches are from Frederique Constant designers. However, there are a few timepieces wherein the company contracted independent designers to create and design specific models. Nevertheless, all timepieces of the FC brand still boast clean lines and a classical contemporary style.

Frederique Constant's Milestones and Innovations

Admittedly, Frederique Constant is still a relatively new name in the watchmaking industry. This is especially when you compare it to the likes of Breguet or Blancpain. Both of these horology brands have been in the business since the late 18th century. Nevertheless, FC still continues to strive to provide high-quality watches with automatic movements at affordable prices.

While it was in 1988 when the couple started designing their own watch collection, it wasn’t until 1992 that FC launched its first collection. Comprising six models with Swiss movements, the couple presented the watches at the Hong Kong trade fair. They received a surprising order of 350 watches from a Japanese buyer. However, it wasn’t until 1994 that truly became their springboard onto the Swiss watchmaking market.

In 1994, the first Frederique Constant HeartBeat timepiece collection launched. The Heart Beat at the 12 o’clock marker was to showcase that these models were mechanical. As such, the brand added an aperture to show the mechanical movement of the watches. Till this day, the Heart Beat watches still express wonderfully the company’s craftsmanship and ingenuity.

Fast forward to 1997, the couple moved to Geneva in hopes of further developing the brand. By relocating to the heart of the watchmaking capital, FC stayed afloat with closer contacts to the best suppliers. On top of this, the brand engaged itself in the exchange of information that the watchmaking industry allowed. Because of this, FC remains at the forefront of the horological business. Another notable milestone for the brand was when it acquired Alpina Watches company in 2002. Since 1883, Alpina has been synonymous with the best Swiss sports watches.

With the continued growth of the brand, in 2006, it expanded their operations. It moved into a bigger building, which could handle the strong demand of their watches. Today, FC still continues to grow and produce innovative watches.

Why Invest on Frederique Constant’s Timeless Pieces

As we’ve established, Frederique Constant watches are some of the most affordable timepieces available in the market. We can still consider even the most expensive Frederique Constant watch relatively reasonable. This is especially when compared to other haute horology brands. However, why should you buy a watch from this brand?

Besides from the astoundingly reasonable Frederique Constant price points, watch aficionados highly regarded timepieces from this brand because of its quality. Not only does the brand offer beautifully decorated Swiss watches, but they are also robust and made for long-term value. However, we can’t disregard the visually pleasing Swiss manufacture movement, quality dial, hands and cases that Frederique Constant men’s watches possess. Their line of women’s watches too also features stunning designs and features. There’s a wide range of watches you can choose from. Moreover, FC has constantly come up with advanced innovations for its watches.

Most Iconic Frederique Constant Watches

Over the years, FC released several timepieces. Here’s a breakdown of some of the brand’s most noted and innovative watches. We cannot begin a list of all the best Frederique Constant watches without mentioning what started it all. The purpose of this innovative watch was to showcase its mechanical movement. Unfortunately, the brand forgot to patent this particular invention, thus multiple brands took inspiration from the Heart Beat watches. In 2004, though, FC presented its first in-house movement — a manual winding version of the Heart Beat Movement. In years following this, we’ve seen new models and reiterations, such as the Classics Heart Beat Moonphase. These Frederique Constant Moonphase watches featured the signature heatbeat window at the 12 o’clock marker. Moreover, it also has a moon phase indicator at the 6 o’clock marker.

Moving on to the brand’s other signature watches, of course we have the Frederique Constant Classics. Featuring clean and soft lines, balanced shapes, and solid watchmaking mechanics, the watches in the Classics collection beautifully embodies the spirit of FC. One of the most popular Classics watches for women are the Classics Business Timer Timepieces. These watches boast the classic style with an added moon phase indicator. On top of this, these Frederique Constant moonphase watches also feature a business week indicator. Truly suitable for the refined and elegant working woman. Regardless if you have the barrel-shaped, round, or rectangular cases on your wrist, every single one of them are sleek and timeless. After all, classics never go out of style.

In order to preserve the brand’s timeless and elegant design, while still catering to the ever-changing needs of their patrons, it released the first ever Swiss Horological Smartwatch. Merging the classic FC aesthetics and the state-of-the-art technology, the Frederique Constant Horological Smartwatch can track its wearer’s activity and sleep patterns with high accuracy. The collected data will then aid users better themselves by providing easy-to-understand information about their well-being. Thus, allowing them to set appropriate goals for their health.  

Vintage Frederique Constant Watches

FC is still a newcomer into the realm of Swiss luxury watchmakers. Compared to other brands that have centuries to cultivate their collections. Because of this, “vintage” Frederique Constant watches are still comparatively new. The brand’s first ever collection that consisted of only six models are the most rare Frederique Constant watches. Early versions of the Heart Beat model during the early ‘90s are also rare to find nowadays.

However, the brand does have an offering for those who want the vintage feel to their watches. Released in 2019, its Vintage Rally collection offers retro-style timepieces inspired by the world of classic cars. It produces each model in this collection in limited quantities. As such, it wouldn’t be a surprise to see the value of these vintage-styled timepieces to grow and double in worth.

Famous Patrons of Frederique Constant Watches

Gwyneth Paltrow 

Oscar-winning actress and philanthropist Gwyneth Paltrow has sported a Frederique Constant Classics Art Deco timepiece on the red carpet. Moreover, she’s also been the brand’s Global Charity Ambassador since 2016 for the Frederique Constant Ladies Automatic collection. In addition to this partnership, for every watch in the collection sold, FC donates $50 USD to Paltrow’s charity of choice. Her chosen organization is, which is involved in supporting education for children. So, when you buy a timepiece from this collection, you’re not only getting a stylish and reliable watch but also helping better the lives of children.

Mark Ruffalo

Another Hollywood star that has been spotted with a Frederique Constant watch on his wrist is Mark Ruffalo. The Emmy Award-Winning actor was part of the launch of the Frederique Constant Hybrid Manufacture Collection in 2019. Similar to the Horological Smartwatch collection, Ruffalo’s chosen Frederique Constant watch combines traditional Swiss mechanical watchmaking with smartwatch functionalities. On top of this, though, it also features Caliber Analytics.

Samir Suhag

It seems like a Frederique Constant watch isn’t only for the red carpet, but also for the polo field. Samir Suhag, an iconic figure in the world of polo, has worn the Classics Quartz Chronograph watches on and off the field. As a brand ambassador, Suhad has partnered with FC to conduct polo several workshops for aspiring players in Bengaluru and nearby areas. Not only is Suhad a revered polo player in India but also in countries like the U.S., France, England, Malaysia, Australia, and Argentina.

Ines Sastre

Spanish, model, actress, and UNICEF ambassador Ines Sastre has worn several models from the Frederique Constant Ladies Automatic Double Heart Beat series. In partnership with Sastre, FC released the special Ladies World Heart Federation Automatic Collection in 2015. This limited-edition series features four unique, distinct and beautiful new models of the iconic Heart Beat timepiece from the brand. This special collection was for the World Heart Federation’s Hearts of Children campaign. All models in this special line adhere to the standard of exceptional accuracy, reliability, and durability that all Frederique Constant watches are recognized for. Not to mention, all of them are everlasting beauties, just like Ines Sastre, herself.

Sean Lau

Hong Kong actor Sean Lau is renowned in the industry for his professionalism and showcasing his acting abilities. Similar to that of Frederique Constant, that never shies away from creating new innovations in the world of horology. That’s why it’s no surprise that FC timepieces are Lau’s chosen watches. He has been photographed sporting the Frederique Constant Slimline Moonphase Manufacture. The Frederique Constant Moonphase watches in the Slimline feature a gleaming rose gold plated case. Both Lau and the FC timepiece exude nothing but pure charm and elegance.

Frederique Constant: Luxury at an Accessible Cost

Frederique Constant is a company dedicated to creating luxury Swiss watches at sensible prices. Its belief is that high-quality timepieces shouldn’t be restricted to this elitist circle of connoisseurs. From the design and conception, to the assembly of every single Frederique Constant watch, you can rest assured that you are getting the finest, yet affordable luxury watches available in the market.  

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