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Franck Muller 7000 CC Chronograph WG Black with Box and Paper

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Frack Muller
Automatic Cal.FM7000
18K White Gold
Black Leather Strap
Franck Muller Signed White Gold Buckle
Certificate of Origin and Guarantee (Sold in 2012)
The watch has been completely serviced by our watchmaker before listing
The case has been lightly polished in the service
1-year Mechanical Warranty by us
Global shipping via DHL Express with full insurance


Franck Muller was born in 1958 in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland, and is a genius watchmaker. He graduated with first class honours from the Geneva Watchmaking School and then continued his career as an independent watchmaker, restoring old pieces and creating original watches.

In 1992, he founded a brand bearing his own name, and with its eccentric, retro design language and unprecedented individuality, it has risen to the top, alongside historic brands, despite being a young brand.

It can be said to be the pioneer of the brand that related the name of an independent watchmaker, which is not rare nowadays. The Japanese market has been important to the brand since its inception, and the brand's first boutique was built in Aoyama, Tokyo. Therefore, the brand is very popular in Japan and there must be many people who have heard the name.

Nowadays, watches with classic designs made in the early days of the independent watchmaker brand are highly valued due to their rarity and high quality.

F.P. Journe and Daniel Roth are already very popular, and Franck Muller is becoming the next brand to be noticed.

This watch is a 7000 CC round chronograph, mainly manufactured in the late 1990s and 2000s.

Franck Muller is famous for its Tonneau Curvex and Long Island case designs, but most of the cases it adopted when it started making watches were round.

The idea was to express himself in a traditional and pure style, and also to pay respect to the watchmakers of yesteryear.

The case is made of 18K white gold. 7000CC watches are often made of stainless steel, so those made of gold are rare. The case diameter is 39mm.

At first glance, the case is a classic round case, but it also has a modern watch-like appearance, giving the impression of a design born from the harmony of classic and modern.

The dial is a black dial with a sandblasted finish. The subdial and the outer edge of the dial are silver, a two-tone combination. The hands are made of white gold, the same as the case, while the hands on the subdial are blued steel.

Applied indexes are Arabic numerals only for 12, the others are fitted with dots. The silver lettering of the brand's logo, the arrangement of the inner dials and the delicate guilloché engraving all combine to create a well-balanced design.

The movement is a self-winding Cal.FM7000. The movement has a rotor made of platinum for improved winding efficiency, and the blue-glazed screws and the finishing of the various parts can be seen through the transparent case back.

Comes with a warranty which stamped 2012 from an authorized dealer in Japan, a box, and a genuine white gold pin buckle.

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