New and Used Franck Muller Watches for Sale
Shop the most technically advanced and highly creative Franck Muller watches UK for sale here at Luxe Watches.
Our used Franck Muller watches are luxurious, creative and unique, guaranteed to become a talking point when you wear it out.
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About Franck Muller
Franck Muller watches are a product of a watchmaking prodigy. Born in 1958, Franck Muller was interested in machines and timekeeping from a very young age. Muller enrolled at Geneva School of Watchmaking, where he studied for four years and graduated with flying colours.
Franck Muller is world-famous for its grand complications and luxury watches, becoming one of the most sought-after Swiss watch brands in the world. Muller timepieces are famous for their fusion of modern style, inspired by American watches from the thirties, and traditional Swiss watch manufacturing.
The brand carries the slogan ‘Master of Complications’ and the watches are worn by various celebrities, including Elton John, 50 Cent and Jose Mourinho. The brand is renowned for designing complex and intricate watches, often made only for exclusive clientele – but there are always limited-edition Franck Muller watches for sale available for each model.
Franck Muller are responsible for introducing Cintree Curvex, a special concept which is a curved, 3-dimensional watch body. This was a first for the watch industry and it created a ripple through the luxury watch industry. It also become the first watch brand to include dials in bright colours, causing a revolution in the world of fine watchmaking. Franck Muller watches are renowned for their complexity in design and internal components of their watches. The Aternitas Mega for example is the world’s most complicated wristwatch with an incredible 1,483 different components.
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