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 crown 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.
The chronograph counters are found at 6, 9 and 12 o’clock. The overall equilibrium of the timepiece is ensured by a day and date indications, offered in separate exhibition windows at 3 o’clock. The company’s logo comfortably resides beneath them.
The display of the new Pacific watch also reveals noble applied indexes as well as hour and minutes hands, encouraged by classic Rolex timepieces. Both the hands and hour-markers are treated with luminous compound, which ensures a perfect level of night time visibility.
The interior life of the model is represented by a Valjoux 7750 chronograph movement. The new Chronoswiss watch is mounted on a black alligator leather strap, finished with a stainless steel buckle.
The three-hand version comes equipped with a silver or black dial and is powered by a Swiss-made self-winding ETA 2892-based movement.
Announcing a new chapter in the brand’s history, the Chronoswiss Pacific collection will seduce discerned connoisseurs, fond of progressive timepieces, designed for everyday wear.