All the mechanical watchmaking complications invented by Franck Muller are designed and developed at the heart of our own workshops. From the simple sketch of a world premiere mechanism to the execution of the plans, via the construction of a prototype, right through to monitoring the production — every stage of manufacturing a watch is followed to its successful completion.
Thanks to its incredible in-house capabilities, the brand can push barriers of watchmaking even further with innovative complications and great technique whilst fully respecting the Swiss watchmaking tradition. Indeed, producing innovative and reliable complications requires tremendous know-how and teams of highly skilled craftsmen.
A Franck Muller complicated movement ranges from between 200 and 1,483 components for the most complicated one, which takes years from its conception until completion.
For more than fifteen years, the Franck Muller patents have played an important role in the company’s international reputation, leading an exceptional and unique career at the heart of the prestigious watchmaking adventure. In October 2002, Franck Muller was granted the first prize, men’s category, of the Genève Watch Making Grand Prix. This exclusive prize was the recognition of the watchmaker’s exceptional talent and the immense expertise of the manufacturer.