The Vanguard carbon replica watch is a new chapter in Franck Muller’s story of modern and innovative watches.

Introduced just this year, the Franck Muller Vanguard Carbon replica timepiece featuring a case made from carbon. This material widely used in aviation, military and aeronautic is considered as being extremely strong and light.

The carbon fiber case measures 44 millimeters wide, 53.7 millimeters long and it sits 12.8 millimeters off the wrist.

Franck Muller Vanguard Carbon Ref. V 45 CC DT CB replica photo

Franck Muller Vanguard Carbon Ref. V 45 CC DT CB replica photo

The black brushed dial continues the sport aesthetic and features a cellulose varnish and appliquéd numerals. Its functions include hours, minutes, seconds and date located in an aperture at 6 o’clock.

The carbon fibers give the vintage FM Vanguard replica watch a new contemporary style. The machining process is delicate as the whole case including the tapping is crafted out of a mass of carbon.

Finishing the mens fake Franck Muller Vanguard Carbon is finished with a colored stitches rubber strap with matching deployment buckle.

The timepiece is powered by an automatic FM 0800 movement. The mechanism beats at 28,800 vibrations per hour and is comprised of 158 parts, 21 of which being jewels.

Case, dial and strap
Cintrée Curvex: Carbon
Case dimensions: Width: 44.00 mm X Length: 53.70 mm X Height: 12.80 mm
Dial: Black brushed dial with cellulose varnish and appliqués numerals
Winding crown in three positions, the intermediate position allowing date adjustment
Strap: Rubber (bottom) with cordura (top) and deployant buckle

VANGUARD Ref. V 45 CC DT CB
Movement
Calibre FM 7000 Automatic
Dimensions of Movement: Ø 30.00 mm and Height: 7.90 mm
Power Reserve: 48 hours
Frequency: 28’800 vibrations/ hour
Number of Components: 228
Number of Jewels: 27
Movement decoration: Côtes de Genève, circular graining, rhodium plating

This mens fake vintage timepiece dedicated to men is a perfect match between harmonious design and pioneering technology.

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