Franck Muller’s Special Edition Cintree Curvex is a head turning time piece


Franck Muller has debuted a fabulous new version of their Cintrée Curvex to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the manufacture. The watch’s tonneau shape was revolutionary when it first appeared in the early ‘90s. The anniversary edition features a case adorned with the watch’s distinctive numerals. The numerals are first engraved on the case and then covered with ceramic to finally be re-machined to let the numerals appear.

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On the enamel dial is a special logo to denote the silver anniversary. The 18 carat gold case contains an automatic FM0800 caliber movement, with a diameter of 25.60 MM and a height of 3.60 MM, the watch boasts a power reserve of 42 hours and runs at 28,800 vibrations per hour. A hand sewn alligator strap completes the special edition.

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