F.P. Journe Pre-Owned Linesport Chronographe Monopoussoir Rattrapante CMS
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Pre-Owned F.P. Journe Linesport Chronographe Monopoussoir Rattrapante (CMS) manual wind watch, features a 44mm titanium case surrounding a grey dial on a titanium and black rubber bracelet with folding buckle. Functions include hours, minutes, small seconds and split second chronograph. This watch comes complete with box and papers. Time remaining on the factory warranty!
Reference Number: CRT TI 44 B GR
Warranty: Time remaining
Manufactured In: Switzerland
Style: Casual, Dress, Sport
CASE & DIAL
Case Size: 44mm
Case Material: Titanium
Dial Color: Grey
Hours Markers: Arabic numerals
Case Shape: Round
Water Resistance: 30m
Movement: Manual wind
Complications: Split Second Chronograph
Strap/Bracelet Material: Titanium, Rubber
Band Color: Grey, Black
Buckle Type: Folding Buckle
Bracelet Length: N/A
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About The Brand
Francois-Paul Journe is widely considered one of the greatest living watchmakers, with each new innovation he adds another chapter to horological history. The Latin phrase “Invent et Fecit” translation “invented and made” is F.P. Journe’s trademark, guaranteeing original design and exacting execution. Since the presentation of Journe’s first watch collection in 1999, he’s created numerous, profound timepieces– among the most notable, the Chronomètre à Résonance. The wristwatch featured a scaled-down version of Breguet’s concept of resonance with twin movements that had only been produced in pocket watches. An abundance of exceptional models followed, including the Octa Quantième Perpétuel, Centigraphe, Elegante, and Linesport. Francois-Paul Journe and his namesake brand are recognized worldwide for their remarkable and continued contributions to horological science and contemporary watchmaking.