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Frank Muller Lady Backswing golf watch with white strap
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The Sporty And Stylish Franck Muller Backswing Lady

This feminine interpretation of the men’s Backswing version features both dynamic and graceful characteristics.

A Franck Muller Haute Horlogerie timepiece is one of the most elegant and most complicated watches in the world. The Backswing Lady is part of the Swiss luxury watchmaker’s Vanguard Lady Collection, dedicate exclusively to the female golf enthusiast.

Designed to be worn on the golf course, the Franck Muller “Backswing Lady” brings fashion and technical functions to one timepiece. Powered by an automatic movement, the Backswing Lady offers all the attributes to be the perfect accessory on the green – strength, precision, and lightness.

The Backswing Lady depicts a golf ball’s realistic appearance. The curved body of its case with the distinctive stamped golf ball pattern and colored appliqués numerals displayed on the dial will sit beautifully on the wrist of any lady golfer while being easy to read. The colored rubber and leather strap, exceptional case, and dial provide a sporty and stylish lady’s timepiece.

Frank Muller Lady Backswing golf watch with pink strap

Courtesy Frank Muller

As with the masculine men’s Backswing version, the Backswing Lady also absorbs the shocks’ vibrations through the casing ring of its movement made with an insert in silicone. Housing an automatic FM 2671 caliber movement, the Backswing Lady watch displays the hours, minutes, and seconds and is water-resistant up to 30 meters.

A rare find, the Backswing Lady watch retails for approximately $8,140 US. For more information, visit the Franck Muller website.

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