The refreshed Franck Muller Signature
The unique and beautiful numeral design has also made the Cintrée Curvex one of the most immediately recognisable watch cases and dials.
We are proud to present a refreshed design which fully accentuates the timeless curves of the Cintrée Curvex, taking its already trademark contours to the next level. Having debuted in the impressive Grand Central Tourbillon, the Curvex CX is now seen in a new core collection. The completely redesigned Curvex case with a sapphire crystal extending all the way to the bracelet lends a substantially greater visibility to the dial, while a sleek bezel, separate from the case, allows for unique two-tone treatments. The “invisible” bezel also affords increased visibility to the dial by limiting the amount of material used on the sides, a technically challenging feat which injects new life into the classic case shape. With straps directly integrated into the case, the Curvex CX offers enhanced comfort on the wrist.
Specially developed for the Curvex CX, a new guilloché pattern was created, inspired by a Clous de Paris which is twisted, to give an impression of movement on the dial. Tiny three-dimensional pyramids on the dial reflect light off different facets, producing a scintillatingly mesmerising effect as they increase in size from the middle of the dial to the outer edges in perfect proportions. Extensive research and development were involved in calculating precisely the perfect pattern of the new Clous de Paris spiral.
Boasting a self-winding mechanical movement and a 42-hour power reserve, the Curvex CX is perfectly suited to the modern individual whose tastes naturally tend towards simplicity, elegance and an understated cool.
About the House of Franck Muller
Founded in 1992 by master watchmaker Franck Muller and watchmaking specialist and entrepreneur Vartan Sirmakes, the House of Franck Muller is one of the most acclaimed independent watch companies in contemporary watchmaking. An award-winning brand, Franck Muller is known for its highly exclusive technical complications, many of which are proprietary innovations, produced in-house within its Manufacture in Genthod, Geneva, endearingly known as Watchland. With more than 50 world premieres and patents, Franck Muller has been dazzling the world with creations that have been received with great enthusiasm by watch connoisseurs and celebrities alike throughout the world, and designs that represent major technical advances in the history of haute horlogerie.