Sheer elegance and premium finish have always been one of the most noticeable attributes of the Frederique Constant watches. However, what makes the luxury watchmaker more famous is its ability to house difficult-to-produce movements at an affordable pricing.
The recent announcement coming from the watchmaker is the Frederique Constant Flyback Chronograph which houses the special FC-760 movement. This is said to be a special movement from the functionality point-of-view. While normal chronographs require several multiple clicks in order to stop, reset and again start the chronograph, the Flyback movement lets the user perform all these tasks on a single button press.
Moreover, the FC-760 Movement is special as it made up using a total of 233 components of which 96 are used to make the Flyback action module. As you can see in the above image, the movement is made up of a rose-gold plated rotor with the Frederique Constant branding, a circular Côtes de Genève, and decorated with blue screws. The movement offers a power reserve of 38 hours with a clock frequency of 4Hz.
The Frederique Constant Flyback Chronograph features a steel case having the 42mm diameter. The chronograph push buttons are placed at the 2 and 4-hour positions while the crown at the 3-oclock position. The push button at the 2-hour is used to start or stop the chronograph while the push button at the 4-hour position is used to reset the hands and trigger the flyback action. The watch is also said to water-resistant up to a depth of 50m.
The Frederique Constant Flyback Chronograph Manufacture is available in two metal variants of stainless steel and rose-gold plated stainless steel. Moreover, each of these two metal variants come in three dial options of dark grey with baton indexes, silvered, and silvered with hobnail texture and Roman numerals.