An affordable, integrated-bracelet perpetual.
An affordable sailing watch.
A bona fide mechanical smartwatch – with an in-house movement.
Updated with a new movement and smaller case.
An affordably priced flyback chronograph - starting at below US$4000 - with a simplified movement.
Frederique Constant Introduces Portable, Smartphone-Linked Watch Accuracy Measurement Device For Just €99A compact, clip-on sensor that measures the ticks of a mechanical watch movement.
The Art of Porcelain limited edition is fitted with a hand-made porcelain dial crafted by a 150-year old Hungarian porcelain specialist.
Frederique Constant introduces the most affordable mechanical perpetual calendar wristwatch on the market. And it has an in-house movement. Read on for specs and pricing.
Frédérique Constant's latest in-house movement makes its debut in the Classic Manufacture Moonphase, visible behind the hinged hunter back. And it just happens to resemble a rare and expensive vintage perpetual calendar made by Patek Philippe.
Only Watch is embracing the future with the unique Frederique Constant Horological Smartwatch in rose gold accompanied by an iPhone 6, soon to be sold for charity.