Constant Launches Two New Runabout Automatic Limited Watches

Since 2009, Frederique Constant has established a long-term partnership with the Riva Historical Society. Founded by architect Piero Maria Gibellini, engineer Carlo Riva, and like-minded friends, the Riva Historical Society is a non-profit charity designed to help homeowners best protect existing boats.

   Ever since reaching a partnership with RivaHistoricalSociety, Frederique Constant launches limited edition watches inspired by sailing every year.

Technical specifications
Movement: Swiss-made Caliber FC-303 self-winding movement, 25 gems, 28,800 vibrations / hour (4 Hz), 42 hours power reserve
Case: stainless steel or stainless steel rose gold PVD material, diameter 43 mm, with sapphire crystal, transparent bottom design, engraved with Riva Historical Society flag pattern, water-resistant to 30 meters
Dial: Silver or brown dial with guilloché pattern on the center, Arabic numerals, Luminous hands and hour markers
Strap: Has a black or brown leather strap with stainless steel or stainless steel rose gold PVD buckle
Limited: 2,888 pieces, sold with a beautiful gift box, with a copy of the motorboat model in tribute to the 1920s design