In 1994, Frederique Constant launched the first Heartbeat watch. The purpose is to show the mechanical movement of the brand watch. Through the window opening above the balance wheel, you can enjoy the mechanical movement. The beauty of ‘heartbeat’. In 2004, Frederique Constant released the first in-house movement, a heartbeat movement. The new watch makes important changes, such as moving the ‘heartbeat’ window to the 6 o’clock position. In the following years, the original design was modified several times, and Frederique Constant released nine new watches.
In 2006, Frederique Constant launched the heartbeat FC-930 watch, equipped with a self-winding movement entirely developed, produced and assembled by the brand. Today, the brand launches the new heartbeat FC-930 watch, giving this iconic model a new dial design. FC-930 movement adopts new technology, and the manufacturing process is updated. This new technology is now used in all self-manufacturing cores, including the latest FC-930-2 self-maintaining core.
Frederique Constant’s new heartbeat movement FC-930 watch case is made of polished stainless steel, using a three-piece structure, 41 mm in diameter, water-resistant to 50 meters, with a convex sapphire crystal mirror, and back-design. The dial is silver with a guilloché pattern on the center and black printed Roman numerals and black polished hour and minute hands. Equipped with the new FC-930-2 heartbeat self-winding movement with a frequency of 28,800 vibrations / hour (4 Hz), it can provide 42 hours of power reserve, and is decorated with fish scales and round Geneva patterns. This watch has a light brown alligator leather strap. (Photo / text watch home Xu Chaoyang)