The new 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.
The case also features an onion-style crown and screw-in lugs, equipped with a patented Autobloc System. The side of the case is engraved with a signature of Chronoswiss founder and owner Gerd-Rudiger Lang. The water-resistance of the watch is assured down to 3 ATM.
The timepiece proudly shows off a metal dial, dressed in black. The real attention getters of the display are hand-finished orange and/or white hands in Breguet Losange shape.
The dial is also completed with a chronograph seconds counter, a 30-minute and 12-hour counters, located at 9, 12 and 6 o’clock respectively. They are joined by an analogue date counter, nestled at 3 o’clock.
Giving life to the functions of the Grand Opus Singapore Grand Prix watch is the brand’s proprietary Caliber C.741 movement, which uses ETA Valjoux 7750 as its base. It has a diameter of 30 mm and is 7.90 mm high.
The movement utilizes a Nivarox 1 spring with three-legged Glucydur balance wheel. It also incorporates a skeletonized and gold-plated rotor, embellished with Cotes de Geneve pattern. The mechanism is also endowed with the Incabloc shock protection system.
Encrusted with 25 jewels, the Caliber C.741 operates at a frequency of 28,800 vibrations per hour and provides a 46-hour power reserve.
The watch is mounted on a Louisiana crocodile leather strap, finished with a buckle or a folding clasp. The new Chronoswiss watch will be offered in a limited edition of just 25 pieces worldwide.
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