In 2008, both collectors and lovers of the Chronoswiss brand
were delighted by the new version of an iconic watchmaking complication - the classic perpetual calendar with moon phase indication. In 2009, the range of Chronoswiss Perpetual Calendar timepieces was joined by a novel white gold interpretation. The watch demonstrates an extremely stylish black dial.
The case of the Chronoswiss Perpetual Calendar watch
is crafted in 18K white gold and measures 40 mm in diameter. The case construction incorporates an oversized onion-like white gold crown.
The watch case
boasts an extremely complex construction – it is composed of 36 individual parts. The case also stands out due to its solid bars, running through the lugs and securing the alligator leather strap fitted with a folding clasp, also in 18K white gold. read more
Founded by the chronograph master Gerd R. Lang
in 1983, the illustrious watchmaking house Chronoswiss
has been heartily welcomed by the United States.
On November 9th, the city of New York
witnessed the brand inaugurating its first American boutique
. The latter can be found in the famous SoHo district
at 339 West Broadway. The flagship store demonstrates the character, cast in a style, which echoes that of Chronoswiss watches.
The boutique stands out due to both its exterior and interior, made of unpainted red brick. The store’s distinctive flair is presented by large glass windows
, which duplicate the exhibition back of Chronoswiss watches and catch attention of admirers of hand-crafted mechanical timepieces. Above the entrance to the boutique there is an impressive picture of the iconic Lunar Chronograph watch
, one of the most sought-after products from Chronoswiss. read more
The competitive horological world gladly welcomes the new Chronoswiss Balance Double Retrograde Automatic Chronograph watch
The model is offered in a 43 mm case
, crafted from rose gold or stainless steel
. It is outlined by a bezel, produced from the same material. The top of the new Chronoswiss watch is covered by a high-grade sapphire crystal. The same glass is used for the back part.
Housed in the case is a solid sterling silver dial, adorned with a guilloche motif. It ensures central hours, minutes and seconds, indicated by the Breguet-type blued hands. The perfectly balanced dial also provides chronograph functions, presented through a 30-minute totalizer at 12 o’clock and a 12-hour counter at 6 o’clock.
The timepiece maker Chronoswiss
is pleased to present its new Pacific collection
, scheduled for launching in 2011. The line will include a three-hand model and a chronograph version.
The new Chronoswiss chronograph watch
employs an impressive steel case with a diameter equal to 43 mm
. It is equipped with a charismatic winding crown, located at 3 o’clock. The crwon is joined by two pushers, nestled at 2 and 4 o’clock. The pushers’ stems proudly expose green elements.
The brand’s favorite color, green is also actively involved in the design of the appealing dial. Green-painted hands on two chronograph counters as well as a long centralized seconds hand stand out against a silver background and enliven the face of the watch.
On the occasion of the Singapore Grand Prix 2010
, the famous sports event to start on September 26th, Chronoswiss
has launched a special edition of the skeletonized Grand Opus Chronograph
The new Chronoswiss Grand Opus Singapore Grand Prix watch
is proposed with an impressive stainless steel case
, which measures 41 mm in diameter and stands 14.6 mm in height. Its surface is treated with DLC coating in dark anthracite grey.
Composed of 39 individual parts, the case of the new Chronoswiss watch incorporates a fluted screw-down bezel, which holds securely a full thread and anti-reflective sapphire crystal. The same glass is used for the screw-down polished case-back. It is inscribed with an individual number of the timepiece. read more
The acclaimed watchmaker Chronoswiss
has offered watch enthusiasts an exclusive opportunity to discover its new enchanting watch, christened Sirius Triple Date
. Its name stems from the brightest star in the night-time sky.
A successful meeting of traditional and modern elements, this horological novelty by Chronoswiss is set in an elegant case
. Its strikes the eye by its polished bezel and curved strap lugs. The undeniable highlight of the watch dial is definitely its alluring hand-finished leaf-shaped feuille hands, pointing to the hours, minutes and seconds. read more
At Baselworld 2010, the acclaimed watchmaker Chronoswiss
brought forth its Timemaster Chronograph GMT watch
. A new interpretation of the brand’s famous Timemaster watch, this model is endowed with a second time-zone coupled with a conventional chronograph.
The second time-zone is read off with help of the bright red GMT hand. A particular highlight of the metal painted black or silver dial, it points to the 24 hours scale on the bezel. Resolutely modern, virile and functional, this model will be definitely appreciated by global travelers.
The new Chronoswiss watch is proposed with an imposing case
sculptured in stainless steel or stainless steel with DLC treatment. The case is 44 mm in diameter and is 16 mm thick. It displays a bezel treated with DLC coating. The front side of the case is protected by an anti-reflective sapphire crystal. Its screwed back side is just as well fitted with a glareproofed sapphire crystal. read more
The Swiss watch-making house Chronoswiss
has entered again into the partnership with the engraving specialist and skeletonized movement expert, Jochen Benzinger
, in order to launch exclusive limited edition watches for 2009.
These Chronoswiss timepieces, called Zeitzeichen
, or "Signs of the Times
" when translated from German, are proposed in three artistic interpretations. Each of them reveals a movement embellished with the unique skeleton work and hand-made engraving.
Every Chronoswiss Zeitzeichen Skeleton watch
features an iconic graceful round case sized 44mm and sculptured in 18-karat white or red gold. This very shape is defined by a complex construction of 21 elements as well as oversized strap lugs, which demonstrate screwed-through bars, rendered in 18k gold.
The dial of every Signs of the Times watch
is hand-made from 925 sterling silver. The Chronoswiss’ Zeitzeichen V
and Zeitzeichen VI
timepieces expose bridges, featuring two special floral patterns. The Chronoswiss Zeitzeichen VII
showcases an extremely attractive dragon with its sinuous body and roaring jaw presented against a background of skeletonized bridges, which demonstrate a blue platinum-treated surface.
Each variation of the model in question is powered by the manual-winding ETA 6498 movement
, exposing the basic mechanical components, such as the mainspring barrel, the keyless works, the balance wheel and the escapement.
The movement features the massive screw-weighted balance wheel, moving back and forth at a traditional rate of 18,000 vibrations per hour. The watch offers a 40-hour power reserve.
The Chronoswiss 2009 Signs of the Times Skeleton watches
have been issued in a limited series of 30 items. Both front and backsides of every watch are equipped with sapphire crystals. The models also demonstrate the onion-shaped crown, many Chronoswiss watches are notable for.
The watch is secured to the wrist on a hand-sewn alligator strap finished with an 18K gold buckle, featuring the brand’s symbol.
The horological company Chronoswiss
, based in Munich, has been popular with fans of classical timepieces, reminiscent of both early 20th century sports and auto racing.
Successful as it is on the market, Chronoswiss keeps on fascinating its admirers as a boutique German brand with a cumulative annual output of approximately 6,000 pieces.
The watch-making house Chronoswiss has recently revealed its intention to establish six US retail partners in the cities
, important in terms of watch buying. This renowned horological company prefers selling its timekeepers through prestigious timepiece retail sales points to opening its own boutiques.
New areas, where enthusiasts will be able to buy Chronoswiss watches
intended for both men and women, embrace the following cities: Princeton New Jersey, Beverly Hill California, East Hampton New York, Los Angeles California, Chicago Illinois, and Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
Similar to many others universally famous watch-making houses, the Chronoswiss brand regards a depressed economic situation as a chance to concentrate on the future.
premiers a new automatic chronograph model named the Chronoscope CM watch. “CM” in the name of timepiece stands for the French term "Compteur Minutes." This term implies the original function provided with help of a knurled rotating bezel.
The wearer of the watch has to set the diamond-shaped marking on the bezel to the tip of the long minute hand to make the duration of the timed event available at a glance.
The refined case of the Chronoswiss Chronoscope CM watch
, 42.5mm in diameter, is crafted in steel or rose gold. The timepiece is 30-meter water-resistant. read more
Initially released in 2007, the Chronoswiss Imperia and Imperator watches
were incredibly well received by the audience. To a considerable extent, it happened due to their carre-shaped cases.
Now, the brand is happy to introduce new versions of these extraordinary timepieces. The highly qualified specialists within the manufacture have equipped the models with elegant dials, which portray an extremely pure design. Eloquently proving that sometimes less is indeed more, the dial of each new Chronoswiss watch creates a striking contrast with the sensual curves of its Art Deco-styled case.
The solid, tapered and domed rectangular case of the new Imperia watch
is crafted from 18kt red gold or stainless steel
. It features the dimensions of 30 mm x 49 mm x 9.30 mm
: width, length and height indicated respectively.
At Baselworld 2008, Chronoswiss
for the first time announced its intention to produce in-house movements. The new Sauterelle watch
, which houses the first brand’s proprietary caliber, is an eloquent testament to Gerd-Rudiger Lang’s ability to be as good as his word.
The fascinating Chronoswiss watch has been offered in two variations
, to please different tastes of the discerning public. Customers can enjoy a classic three-hand watch with an alluring dial, performed in black or white. They can also decide on the interpretation, which boasts an unusual regulator dial. The watch case is crafted from stainless steel or 18-karat red gold. On the front sides, the case features a high-grade sapphire crystal.
The special attention-getter of the watch is surely its precisely jumping, centrally positioned second hand
. read more
The sports line of the luxury watch manufacture Chronoswiss
, based in Munich, has been joined by the Timemaster Spring
This refreshing version of the brand’s famous Timemaster watch
is complemented by a decidedly feminine touch.
This timepiece is powered by the automatic Chronoswiss C.128 caliber
, offering a 42-hour power reserve
. Distinguished by a sweep seconds function as well as a fast adjustable date display, the Timemaster Spring model features the impeccable functionality and the matchless exactitude in terms of timekeeping.
The white dial is accentuated by the light green Superluminova compound
. The watch is accompanied by an attractive alligator leather strap, performed in deeper green. 60 Top Wesselton round dazzling diamonds
of VVSI clarity are arrayed around the bezel of the model in question.
About 6,000 items per year release, which is far less than an output of many world famous watchmaking firms, leaves no doubt as to the exclusiveness of this or any other Chronoswiss
The Timemaster Spring
model will be commercialized at a price of 9,300 dollars.