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|Movement:||FC-303 Caliber, Automatic 38-hour power reserve, 26 jewels, 28'800 alt/h|
|Case:||Brushed and polished stainless steel 3-part case, Diameter of 34 mm, Height of 9.80 mm, Front convex sapphire crystal, See-through case back, Water-resistant up to 5 ATM.|
|Dial:||Grey dial with globe decoration and sunray finishing, White printed seconds graduation, Applied silver color indexes with white luminous treatment, Hand-polished stainless steel with white luminous treatment, Hour and minute hands, Hand-polished stainless|
|Strap:||Brushed and polished stainless steel 3-link bracelet.|
Hours, Minutes, Seconds and Date function.
Following the launch of the first Highlife models unveiled last September, Frederique Constant is adding a new collection especially for women, simply named "Highlife Ladies". The latter features three designs - the Highlife Ladies Automatic Sparkling, Highlife Ladies Automatic Heart Beat and Highlife Ladies Automatic - combining over 30 years of watchmaking expertise and the desire to come up with an authentic creation for 21st century women. The timepieces in this collection also feature the Highlife’s hallmark strap, which is built into the case and can be changed at will – the secret to making watches truly timeless and ensuring they always strike the right note.HIGHLIFE LADIES AUTOMATIC
The Highlife Ladies Automatic is the perfect balance of classic, sporty and modern. Depending on your individual preference, it can also be customized by swapping the original bracelet for the rubber strap supplied with the watch.
This beautiful version puts the emphasis on grey, as can be seen on its subdued yet luminous steel/grey dial.
Each of these variations features the engraved globe on the surface of the dial that plays with multiple shades of light, another feature of the Highlife models. Hands and applique hour markers are tinged with luminescent material, the last of them, positioned at 12 o’clock, is always doubled.