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In the early 1980s, Franck Muller graduated from the Ecole d'Horlogerie de Genève. Subsequently, he obtained a job repairing fine pocket watches for museums and private individuals. In this period, Muller came in contact with complicated timepieces that inspired him to pursue the creation of his own movements. In 1984, he designed a tourbillon mechanism. Franck Muller founded his eponymous maison in 1992. His company quickly rose to recognition owing to its uniquely designed and highly complicated watches. From its headquarters in Geneva, Franck Muller produces at least one exclusive watch premiere every year.

Product Line Overview

Franck Muller watches are exceptionally recognizable. The company's distinctive design characteristics include atypically shaped cases, Art Deco inspired dials, spade hands, and unique Arabic or Roman numerals. In recent years, Franck Muller has become well-known for the tonneau or barrel shaped case. The company is also known for the crazy hours complication, wherein the hours are disordered on the dial and are nonetheless indicated correctly. Today, Franck Muller possesses in-house case, dial, and movement manufacturing capabilities. Almost every watch is available in stainless steel or gold. The Cintrée Curvex Collection features a unique, curved case in a tonneau shape with distorted, linear and arched Arabic numerals. The watch can also be found in several ladies' variations, some of which include extravagant diamond-studded cases and colorful dials. The Cintrée Curvex is available in big-date, moon phase, chronograph, and perpetual calendar complications. The design of the Long Island takes inspiration from the Art Deco movement of the early 1900s. The Long Island is distinguished by a classic, rectangular case, spade hands, and the distinctive Arabic numerals featured in the Cintrée Curvex. The Long Island is also available with smaller, feminine cases, diamonds, and multi-colored dials. Complications include a tourbillon and perpetual calendar. The Master Square Collection is characterized by square cases. Like the Long Island, the Master Square is inspired by the Art Deco movement. The balanced design is symmetrical. Unique Roman numerals distorted to fill the square dial mark the hours. In its feminine variations, the Master Square may feature diamonds or colorful numerals. The Round Collection features watches with traditional, round cases. The design is available in skeleton, chronograph, tourbillon, and perpetual calendar variations. The Ladies' Round Collection can be found in a classic model featuring Roman numerals and a so-called Double-Mystery model. The latter indicates hours and minutes with rotating arrows and is set with colorful gemstones and diamonds. The Vanguard Collection is a sportier take on the tonneau case shape. The design features applied, luminescent, angular Arabic numerals, an integrated strap, luminescent hands, and a larger, ergonomic case. Variations of the Vanguard include chronographs, skeletonized watches, tourbillons, crazy-hours, and the three-time-zone Master Banker. The Vanguard Lady is smaller and may feature diamonds and more colorful dials. The Conquistador is similar in appearance, featuring an elegant yet sporty tonneau-shaped case and uncluttered dial. Franck Muller also produces several collections aimed exclusively at women. The Infinity features a modified-tonneau-shaped case and wide bezel that accommodates extravagant diamond setting. The Heart has a similar case shape, differing in the presence of a heart on the dial and Franck Muller's distinctive Arabic numerals. Finally, the Galet is characterized by a unique, semi-rectangular case, Roman numerals, and profuse diamond setting.

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