Introducing the Frédérique Constant Runabout
A Runabout is a motorboat which was first made in the 1920s. It’s also the name of a watch collection by Frédérique Constant which was born of a 2009 partnership with the Riva Historical Society to protect Riva boats. This year, two new limited edition Runabouts (2888 of each available) have sealed their bond.
The self-winding FC-303 calibre fuels the hours, minutes, seconds, date and 38-hour power reserve. The 43mm case comes in steel or rose gold-plated steel.
The dial comes in two colours: chocolate to warm up the rose gold model and stylish silver to match the steel model. A central engine-turned disc bears the spear-shape hands and central seconds hand in bronze or gunmetal gliding over the luminescent Arabic numerals and hour markers.
Price: 1350 CHF (steel) – 1650 CHF (rose gold-plated steel) frederiqueconstant.com
By Sharmila Bertin