That's generally good advice and I've considered how much I would wear it and I'm actually sure it would see enough wrist time.

May 15, 2019,14:12 PM
 

My collection is small, maybe 15 or so watches, ranging from a worthless funky '70s digital through Breitling, Rolex, JLC, Jaquet Droz, AP, as well as some random vintage pieces. I usually change watches two to three times a day and have been doing so for 30 years, and I even wear the worthless funky '70s digital enough to make it worth owning. So I don't see that as a problem for me unless someone can come up with some reason I'm not thinking of regarding the brand or this model specifically. But I do appreciate the input!

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A brand I would have never considered buying, but after handling one in person, I'm reconsidering.

 
 By: Emil Wojcik : May 15th, 2019-13:18
OK, it's not a brand that shows up here often, and not a brand I would have ever considered buying in the past, but I stopped by my local AD and was immediately attracted to one specific watch. The brand is Frederique Contsant, the model, a very attractiv...  

I don't know what else you have in your collection...

 
 By: LX : May 15th, 2019-13:36
but take the advice my wife gave when I was considering FC. She simply said: "Sure the price is good, but you will not wear it." Also, if you are looking to quench a thirst for a new watch, remember one thing: The watch you bought "in-between" is always t... 

Your point is well taken...

 
 By: Watch_This : May 15th, 2019-13:55
I bought this FC before I got into higher end watches. I still love the look. Exhibition back and great deployent clasp. But of late, when I need a luxury brown strap watch, I will more often than not wear this: But I gotta be honest, that FC still gets a...  

That's generally good advice and I've considered how much I would wear it and I'm actually sure it would see enough wrist time.

 
 By: Emil Wojcik : May 15th, 2019-14:12
My collection is small, maybe 15 or so watches, ranging from a worthless funky '70s digital through Breitling, Rolex, JLC, Jaquet Droz, AP, as well as some random vintage pieces. I usually change watches two to three times a day and have been doing so for... 

Exactly Nicolas, FC manufactures a nice watch at a fair price.

 
 By: rwk : May 15th, 2019-18:28
Which let's us get into deeper trouble elsewhere ;-) -- Richard.

;) [nt]

 
 By: amanico : May 15th, 2019-21:57

Nice FC...

 
 By: rwk : May 15th, 2019-18:29
Enjoy! -- Richard.

I've recently had a discussion with someone about this specific watch

 
 By: dedestexhes : May 16th, 2019-00:27
And I think if you can overcome all the fuss about names etc, this is a very interesting package indeed. So I fully understand your statements. Sure it will make you happy. Br, Dirk

FC--don't do it

 
 By: Mostel : May 18th, 2019-14:34
A copycat brand with no meaning. My 2c. With that said, their choice of brands to copy are well-founded. Kind of like when Hyundai copies Benz. In this vintag-y realm, go Montblanc! (pre-owned, perfect)

I think you're on the right track. A little perspective, here, for all...

 
 By: halgedahl : May 19th, 2019-08:14
As CNC machines have been mentioned in the OP, let’s all be aware of this: “Our tour started in the basement, where components manufacturing takes place. Like any full-fledged watch manufacture, this involved multiple-axis CNC machines, spark erosion mach...