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  • Mens fully automatic tourbillon watches for under $500 in 2019

    Following the success of last year's Perpetual Tourbillon manufacturing company, Frederique Constant is launching two new limited-time mens tourbillon watches. Both versions feature a classic navy blue cutout and a pink gold or stainless steel case. The opening hours of these new watches are at the opening of a new manufacturing building in Plan-les-ouates, Geneva, Switzerland.

  • The Frederique Constant Perpetual Calendar tourbillon manufacturer's case consists of three parts, 42 mm in diameter. The silver cutout dial features a dark blue sub-dial and an outer ring of the same colour, giving the wearer a deep understanding of the complex mechanical structure. The perpetual calendar of the top mens tourbillon watches shows the annual calendar, day of the week, date and month, with minimal corrections. Complications take into account the number of days per month, showing the year, even in the leap year without correction. Normally, the perpetual calendar can work for 400 years without manual correction; due to an exception to the Gregorian calendar, the complexity must be corrected on March 1, 2100. The hour and minute functions are adjusted by the crown. The 12 o'clock dial shows the month and the leap year, the date is 3 o'clock and the day of the week is 9 o'clock. The tourbillon frame with integrated seconds hand completes a turn every minute at 6 o'clock. The perpetual calendar tourbillon is driven by the FC-975 movement. The mens tourbillon watches is equipped with an automatic movement, with a silicon anchor and an escape wheel for greater precision. The use of silicon eliminates the problems caused by the influence of the Earth's gravity when the motion is in a vertical position. In addition, the material is not sensitive to temperature fluctuations. Both versions come with a transparent case back for a sporty body and Geneva stripes. Frederique Constant supplies the Perpetual Calendar tourbillon manufacturer with a crocodile leather strap that restores the blue used in the auxiliary dial and outer ring.