Frederique Constant’s Flyback Chronograph FC-760 takes centre stage at Basel 2017

Looking beyond the usual
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03 April 2017

Swiss timing and these features at this price, it couldn’t get fancier than this! With smartwatches being the order of the day, and way cheaper than their old-school cousins, Frederique Constant has launched the Chronograph with an added advantage for those who refuse to give up on the analog version of time. The Flyback Chronograph FC-760 makes it different from your regular one as it allows the hand of the watch to be stopped, reset to zero and restarted with one push of a button, in the under-4000 Euro [around 2.76 lakhs] segment, a unique detail that is likely to come in handy for timing an elapsed interval of events during races. Smooth operation of the watch is courtesy a star-shaped wheel, instead of the usual round one, vouching the fact that greasing the watch making wheels isn’t child’s play. The watch is available in two looks – classic and casual – in stainless steel and rose gold-plated stainless steel and is a great way for an appreciator of the better things in life to merge the chronograph and the basic watch and proudly sport it on his wrist.

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