New Frederique Constant Watch Collection Introduced by Certified Watch Store

From slimline designs with nylon straps to stunning silver dials encased in beautiful materials, one of the larger watch manufacturers in Switzerland heats things up as temperatures rise.

New York, United States - June 7, 2018 /PressCable/ —

As the warm summer months kick off in most parts of the world, Certified Watch Store (CertifiedWatchStore.com) has been heating things up on the discount watch circuit by introducing a new collection of Frederique Constant timepieces, all of which boast sizzling summer styles.

From slimline designs with nylon straps to stunning silver dials encased in beautiful materials, Certified Watch Store’s Frederique Constant watch collection for summer represents everything a premium, quality-crafted timepiece should be.

Since 1988, Frederique has evolved to become one of the largest watch manufacturers in the land of cheese and chocolate, with products sold in more than 100 nations worldwide.

“Frederique pays particular attention to design, preferring its watches to boast classical and traditional elements while remaining timeless,” states a Certified Watch Store company spokesperson. “This is precisely what draws us to carrying these products; every timepiece is created with a genuine passion for detail, the company always innovating and heavily investing in this domain to offer creativity and outstanding technical features in all its ‘wrist jewelry.’

“We’re proud to be offering a myriad of summer styles from this most celebrated brand. Frederique watches are true classics adored by watch enthusiasts around the world. With this new summer collection, watch collecters are sure to be dazzled by the new design models now being carried at Certified Watch Store.”

According to senior Certified Watch Store representatives, each Frederique Constant watch is hand-assembled, checked and controlled over a long period of time by both humans and special equipment to ensure optimal quality, yielding no compromises with regard to craftsmanship.

With a strong emphasis placed on design to keep abreast of trends and customer preferences, the company takes advantage of cutting-edge computer software – computer-aided design software, to be precise – to assist in the watch design and development process.

Contact Info:
Name: Press Department
Organization: Certified Watch Store
Address: 580 5th Avenue Suite 721, New York, NY 10036, United States
Phone: +1-866-735-9116

For more information, please visit https://www.certifiedwatchstore.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 356069

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