Franck Muller Iron Croco

The recently unveiled Iron Croco with its flamboyance adds yet another fascinating aspect to the Croco series. It remains faithful to the spirit of the collection, but with a hint of innovation. The harmonious contours perfectly marry the wrist with poise and charm.

Elegant and extravagant, the Iron Croco has taken a confident leap in this dynamic family. The watch case and the dial are pleasingly milled together to create the scaled pattern identical to the Croco strap used extensively in watches. The case and dial appear to be an extension of an alligator strap creating a mystifying uniformity.

Bearing an automatic movement, it comes with a power reserve of 42 hours. The movement is adorned with Côtes de Genève and rhodium plating. The entire line offered in a stainless steel case includes a couple of technical variants.

Technical details

Caliber: FM 2800
Movement: Automatic
Dimensions of Movement: Ø 25.60 mm and height: 3.60 mm
Display: Hours, minutes and seconds
Power Reserve: 42 hours
Frequency: 28’800 vibrations/ hour
Number of Components: 158
Number of Jewels: 21

Water-resistance: 3 ATM
Movement decoration: Côtes de Genève, rhodium plating
Case: Cintrée Curvex: Stainless steel with scales aspect
Case Dimensions: Width: 39.60 mm X Length: 55.40 mm X Height: 11.90 mm
Dial: Manufactured steel-dial scales aspect
Strap: Hand-sewn alligator strap

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