Chronoswiss Introduces Timemaster Chronograph GMT Watch

May 26, 2010
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. The watch case features a polished, striated crown and chrono pushers equipped with protective caps. The water-resistance of the watch is down to 100 meters.

The Timemaster Chronograph GMT watch is constructed around the brand’s proprietary Caliber C.751 movement, which uses ETA Valjoux 7750 as its base. Representing an automatic chronograph movement with GMT function, this mechanism measures 30 mm in diameter and is 7.9 mm thick.

Embellished with 25 rubies, it is equipped with the Incabloc shock protection system. The movement incorporates a skeletonized and gilted rotor graced with Cotes de Geneve pattern on ball bearings. The movement also incorporates the three-armed Glucydur balance wheel, moving back and forth at the rate of 28,800 vibrations per hour. The power reserve, provided by this mechanism, constitutes 46 hours.

This caliber brings to life the functions of indicating hours, minutes and small seconds. It also animates the date indication presented at 6 o’clock, chronograph seconds hand, 30 minutes totalizer, 12 hours totalizer, as well as the pointer for the second time-zone featured on the bezel.

The novel Chronoswiss Timemaster Chronograph GMT watch is secured to the wearer’s wrist on a Nappa leather or rubber strap. Alternatively, it can be mounted on a metal bracelet. The straps and the bracelet are finished with a buckle or a folding clasp.

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