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Chronoswiss Flying Grand Regulator Open Gear ReSec (Hands-On)

Chronoswiss Flying Grand Regulator Open Gear ReSec (Hands-On)


Founded during the 1980s, Chronoswiss bacome famous with its regulator watches, with their trademark separate time signs enlivened by the expert tickers of days of old. At Baselworld 2019, with the Flying Grand Regulator Open Gear ReSec (for retrograde seconds), Chronoswiss shows that it still effectively builds up this mark show with a model flaunting a particular identity.

As its name demonstrates, the explicitness of the freshest expansion to the Chronoswiss regulator family is its retrograde seconds sign. The champion element is the perky and enrapturing 6 o’clock seconds hand going on a 120° hub prior to flipping back to 0, each 30 seconds.

The regulator component of this Chronoswiss Flying Grand Regulator Open Gear ReSec is placed at the center of attention by the purported “Open Gear” engineering: the train wheel spans responsible for the off-focus hour show are skeletonised and screwed to the dial. The feeling of profundity is underscored by the hand-guilloché dial and the play of shadings. At 3 o’clock, a cartouche bears the individual restricted version number xx/50. All things considered, the dial is made of no less than 42 sections. The lengthened triangle hands and the barrel shaped hour markers are radiant for ideal clarity on the whole conditions.

The Chronoswiss Flying Grand Regulator Open Gear ReSec comes with the brand’s mark round, chamber like case with an onion-molded crown and side knurling. It gauges a rather enormous 44mm in measurement with a thickness of 13.35mm. The straight carries have been abbreviated for improved comfort. For the time being, it comes in steel, DLC-covered steel (in either dark or blue) or 18k red gold. It is water-impervious to 100m.

Inside is the programmed Caliber C.301, in view of the attempted and-tried ETA 2895 with a regulator and retrograde seconds instrument completely created in-house. It works at 28,800 vibrations each hour and its force hold is of 42 hours. The presentation caseback gives a perspective on the development’s getting done with (counting perlage) and the openworked rotor.

The Chronoswiss Flying Grand Regulator Open Gear ReSec is gotten to the wrist with a hand-sewn Hornback gator leather lash with collapsing clasp. A steel wristband is additionally accessible on solicitation. The model is delivered in five distinct adaptations: a steel variant with galvanic silver dial; two steel renditions with dark DLC covering and galvanic dark dial (dark/green and dark/red); one steel form with an electric blue DLC covering and coordinating blue dial and tie; and one red gold variant with a galvanic dim dial.

Prices for the Chronoswiss Flying Grand Regulator Open Gear ReSec start at CHF 9,150 in steel. For more data, kindly visit .