Art Deco Watches
Every leading wrist watch brand has its own identity and so does Franck Muller. The brand’s trademarks are half rectangular/half oval shaped dial with huge Arabic numerals. The shape of the casing of Franck Muller Art Deco watches is rectangular but it bulges outwards at both sides and that gives the shape a blend between rectangle and oval.
The unique shape offers great look and uniqueness. Once you see any watch with such shape, it will strike you immediately that it could be a Franck Muller.
The dial comes as black with white hour markers, white with black hour markers, blue with white hour markers, and several other combinations. What is consistent is the contrast that makes it easy to check the time. Some dials have a second hand while others don’t. Availability of a date window on the dial is not also consistent. Some models have it while some other ones don’t. What is also constant is the material of the casing. They all come in beautiful 18K rose gold case. The crown is also made of 18K rose gold.
The watches have either a black or brown hand-sewn alligator leather strap with ardillon buckles. The straps are as durable as the watches themselves.
The watches are super accurate because they usually have 11002 quartz movement. Only a few of them have a mechanical movement.
Shock and water resistant
The watches are not only shock resistant, but they are also water resistant up to 3 ATM or more. So, you can hit the swimming pool with your Franck Muller wrist watch on your wrist.
The watches offer durability. Since they are made of the gold case, they are scratchproof, rustproof, and also resistant to corrosion. Their straps are also made of very tough leather so you will use your watch for several years without spending a dime on it.
Franck Muller Art Deco prices range from $3,000 to about $17,000 with an average price of about $7,000. Yes, their prices are on the high side but they offer good value for every dime of their price. Why don’t you join the teeming fans of Franck Muller by ordering one of the wristwatches today?