Hey guys, this is Kevin from JazTime.com. JazTime.com is an online store that buys, sells, trades authentic luxury watches. We make these videos so our customers can easily choose the best watch for themselves in the comfort of their own home. We offer lowest prices anywhere online, and if you want to know the price of the watch, simply click on the links in the description below. We'd greatly appreciate it if you'd buy a watch from JazTime.com once in a while. All right, so today we're gonna be reviewing the Franck Muller Vanguard. This is the reference number V-4-5-S-C-T-T-V-R-5-N, and of course we'll have the links in the description below, as I mentioned previously. We'll be going over the dial, bezel, case, crown, bracelet, or rather the strap, and the clasp, and we'll talk about the movement towards the end of the video. All right, so jumping right into the dial. We see very beautiful gray brushed dial. You see that, let me pull a bit closer here, you can see that brushness of that gray dial going sort of brushed downwards. Very beautifully matching with the case or bezel being that same brushed in the same pattern, just nice and downward. The dial itself is a very nice and open, very broad dial. There's a curved crystal as you can see, it aligns with the case very nicely, with that nice large curved crystal. And also we have Arabic numerals that are fashioned in rose gold. I assume to prevent any tarnishing for the Arabic numerals, but it makes a nice outline for each Arabic numeral from the one to the 12. And also makes it stand out a bit more along with that white, really helps accent the white against that gray. Of course, we also have, for the actual casing, is a rose gold casing, you can see at the very edge, sort of almost like a rehaut, actually that extends even more throughout the case as well, you can see sort of a thin lining of that gold that really accents that watch very beautifully. Very closely, if you look on that rehautish rose gold, you'll see the north, south, east, west as it does have the compass bearings printed around that rose gold. You'll also see the degree measurements on the sides as well, in between the north, south, east, and west. Whereas the date we note the six o'clock position, as you can see sort of cuts off that six in the Arabic numerals to display the date there, highlighted by that, again, the rose gold circled around. And then you have no magnification of the date specifically. But still very easy to read. Of course, we have the Franck Muller name, and the Vanguard model in the center of the watch. Besides that, the hour, minute hands, and all the Arabic numerals are luminous in the dark, so they do glow in the dark for easy visibility during the night and the day as well. Let's go of course we have the little portion of this part is skeletonized on the minute and hour hand, just to sort of allow you to view the lettering in the center, like I said, is the Franck Muller and the Vanguard name. And at the very bottom of the six o'clock position, also want to point out the Swiss made, as well. All right, moving on to the bezel. Now the bezel is this very beautiful titanium. The titanium helps tremendously on this watch. Being a 44 millimeter sized watch, you would think that it would be very cumbersome, very heavy, but it actually works very nicely. The titanium bezel casing also with that rose gold inlaid and then back to that titanium again, really helps keep the watch nice and light on the wrist. Doesn't feel too cumbersome, won't give you that sort of wrist fatigue that you would have wearing a very heavy watch, a heavy watch in general. All right, and as I mentioned, as we move on to the case sizing. The case sizing was a 44 millimeter sized case, so from my index finger to my thumb here, that's 44 millimeters. And then for the diameter of the watch. All right, moving on to the crown now. The crown is a simple screwed on crown. This unwinds counterclockwise, as shown. And the standard position is where you can actually wind the watch, about 15 to 20 winds is all you need to get the watch started once more, as it is an automatic movement. Moving on to the next pip, if you pull out the crown just one tick, you'll be able to adjust the date at the six o'clock position very easily, as shown by going counterclockwise. Pulling the crown out to the final position will stop that second hand from moving and allow you to set the time, down to the exact second, such as to an atomic clock online, you can set it down to that precise time setting. Pressing the crown back in will start that seconds hand once more. Always make sure to screw the crown back into the case, as you want to keep your watch nice and protected, specifically for the Franck Muller Vanguard, we're looking at a water resistance of 30 meters, or 100 feet of water resistance. Moving on to the strap now. The strap is sort of a fusion between a leather strap with rubber padding, as you can see. It sort of has a nice black leather on top. But you'll see parts of it being rubber as well, specifically down the center here with the pinholes. And also the bottom portion of it, you can see that nice gray rubber that matches very beautifully with that titanium casing. So there's the rubber again, and that leather on top. Moving on to the clasp now, the clasp has the rose gold Franck Muller name right there, embossed on there. Very beautiful, nicely high polished sort of zen finish below it to make it have that little more pop to that symbol, and then once again, that titanium, nice brushed titanium. The clasp itself is a deployment clasp, as you can see. Butterfly style deployment where it opens up on both sides. And once again, I show you that closed up. So there it is closed up. Easily opened up by these two buttons here. Opens that up again. And opens this side up. So that's how it looks opened up. And once again, I'll close that. And there we are. So very easy to use, very easy to adjust, as it is, sort of has that tang feature where you can just adjust to however you like. Moving on to the case now, the case, or rather, moving on to the movement now. Movement is housed in this case back in here. Once again, brushed titanium with the Franch Muller name embossed on there. See the Master of Complications nicely engraved on there as well. Nicely machined on there, you can see how beautiful that is. You can even see that brushed titanium, once again, always with that sort of brush downwards, all a nice one uniform side. Very beautiful. And at the bottom here, you can see the model number that I read before, the V45 down at the bottom there. The movement itself as I mentioned, is just an automatic movement from Franck Muller. All right, so I'm gonna actually go ahead and show you the watch on my wrist now. So I'm gonna go ahead and open this up. All right. So once again, you always want to do the bottom portion first cause the strap itself has to fit through, and once again. So, there's the insignia, very beautiful insignia, pops out against that sort of gray background from that rose gold. And there's the watch. So very beautiful curvature of that casing, the dow. You can see the curvature of that crystal. Fits very nicely on the wrist, very comfortably, and not heavy at all because of that titanium. You don't feel any wrist fatigue while wearing this large watch. Very easy to read, as you can see. That nice broad dial from the sides, the Arabic numerals nice and large makes it very easy to view the time. And just absolutely looks gorgeous, fits very, very nicely. So if you're interested in this watch, or any other watch for the lowest possible price, check out our website at JazTime.com, we offer lowest prices guaranteed, and we have offer a one year warranty as well. If you like our videos, please like, comment, subscribe below, thanks for watching. Hope to see you guys soon.