Runabout Automatic

A Sporty, Italian Nautical Heritage

FC-303RMN5B4

USD 1,895

Conceived and produced in our Swiss Manufacture
2 years warranty included
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FC-303RMN5B4

Movement

FC-303 caliber. Automatic movement. 38-hours power reserve, 26 jewels, 28'800 alt/h.

Case

Rose Gold Plated polished stainless steel 2-parts case, diameter of 42 mm. Convex sapphire crystal. Water-resistant to 10 ATM.

Dial

Navy color dial, guilloché decoration and rose gold plated applied indexes. Date display at 6 o’clock. Hand polished rose gold plated hands with white luminous.

Strap

Navy leather strap.
Runabout Automatic (FC-303RMN5B4)

PARTNERSHIP WITH THE RIVA HISTORICAL SOCIETY

Since 2009, Frederique Constant has collaborated with the Riva Historical Society: a Milan-based association founded in 1988, dedicated to the preservation and restoration of classic Riva boats. Piero Mario Gibellini and Carlos Riva founded this non-profit organization, whose purpose is to preserve the worldwide patrimony of the established Riva heritage.

To celebrate this partnership, each year Frederique Constant creates a limited-edition Runabout timepiece inspired by the timeless 1920s Riva boats. The handcrafted wooden powerboats take you on an adventure of the Italian dolce vita. Both brands share the common values of precise engineering and timeless elegant designs.

LIMITED EDITION & LUXURIOUS WOODEN GIFT BOX

Runabout models are exclusively limited to 2’888 pieces. Faithful to its tradition, each of the models are delivered in a special limited-edition box including a miniature wooden replica of the Riva boat. Paying tribute to the iconic designs of the elegant roaring twenties sports boats.

ENGRAVED CASE BACK

All automatic Runabout models offer an elegant detail: the see-through sapphire case back, revealing the automatic mechanism. Distinguished by the engraving of the Riva Historical Society flag.