Franck Muller 6850 SC stainless steel Cintree Curvex . Extra large 47x34mm tonneau shape case. Auto wind mechanical movement with platinum rotor. Curved sapphire crystal. Royal blue dial with large exploding Arabic numerals. Stainless steel link bracelet with hidden clasp.
Franck Muller 6850 SC Cintree Curvex
1 in stock
1 in stock
Like New, No Signs Of Wear
Our 1 Year WLN Warranty Included
We ship overnight, insured via FedEx. The shipping cost of single watch purchases usually runs between $25-100, depending on the amount of insurance, the weight of the package, and the shipping destination. Exact shipping cost will be quoted at time of purchase. International shipments may have insurance limits. International shipments may have additional duties which will be the responsibility of the buyer. For credit card transactions, shipments must go to the cardholders' address. We do not ship to Russia, Mexico, Korea, Malaysia or Indonesia.
Franck Muller is a Swiss luxury watch manufacturer named after its founder. The company’s estimated total sales (in 2010/2011) were €290 million in watches with an average unit price of €38,000. Franck Muller’s watches are worn by various celebrities, among them Arnold Schwarzenegger, Elton John, Cristiano Ronaldo, Kim Kardashian, Kanye West, David Beckham, Conor McGregor, Floyd Mayweather, Paris Hilton, Eva Longoria, Chris Brown and José Mourinho.
The founder and former CEO of the brand, Franck Muller, was born in 1958. He spent his childhood in La Chaux-de-Fonds with his Italian mother and Swiss-born father. When 15, he enrolled in a watchmaking school. In the early 1980s, he graduated from the Watchmaking School of Geneva (French: Ecole d’Horlogerie de Genève). Afterwards, he began repairing top-quality pocket watches. Close to an independent watchmaker by the name of Svend Andersen, Franck Muller became responsible for handling watches from the collection of Patek Philippe. Most of the clientele were private individuals and museums. While he was working with complicated timepieces, he became passionate about their mechanisms and began to think of building his own workshop.
Soon after, in 1984, Franck Muller designed his own tourbillon wristwatch. In the 1980s, few watchmakers were capable of creating such complicated timepieces, among them Patek Philippe and Vacheron Constantin. The private clients of Franck Muller continued to come for new timepieces, and thus his business started growing. The House of Franck Muller opened in 1991, and his ultra complicated timepieces instantly became famous in Europe and the United States. Today, his factory, which is also the headquarters of Franck Muller, produces a limited number of watches for private clientele. Franck Muller’s collections include a variety of designs and price ranges. Now the company has five sites (Genthod, Lajoux, Les Bois, Plan-les-Ouates, Meyrin) and 570 official retailers.