Chronoswiss is basically inseparable from regulators, accepting this old fashioned dial show with discrete registers for the hands since 1987. The brand as of late dispatched another, cutting edge take on the style with the Flying Regulator Open Gear , a complex, contemporary move from its more conventional pieces like the Regulator Classic Date . Different subsidiaries before long followed like the cutting edge Flying Grand Regulator Skeleton Limited Edition . Perhaps the most recent creation is the Flying Regulator Night and Day , which adds a date window and 3D day/night show to the open stuff base. The new limited edition adds some spirit to the Night and Day with an unpredictable guilloché dial that is electrifies in blue. It’s normal for Chronoswiss to deliver unique editions or new shading plans of existing models, and this is a superb model. How about we take a nearer look.
The case is a similar 41mm (13.85mm in tallness) as the earlier Night and Day models , comprised of 16 sections with the mark knurling around the top and base edges. The trademark larger than usual onion crown sits at 3 o’clock and long, angling carries secure the lash with uncovered screws. A sapphire show caseback shows the enriched, programmed development and the watch is water-impervious to 100 meters. As referenced in past Chronoswiss reviews, you will not confuse this case with some other brand.
The dial, nonetheless, is the superstar. Supplanting the beforehand level lower dial surface is a guilloché design that is created in-house with an antique rose-motor lathe. The staggered development of the dial has separate hour and seconds registers (at 12 and 6 o’clock, individually) brought up in pipe molded sub-dials, while the focal moment hand swings above both. All hands are leaf-formed and the hour and moment hands have Super-LumiNova decorates. The seconds sub-dial is additionally skeletonized to uncover the regulator module beneath. A bended date window returns at 3 o’clock showing three digits, with the focal one set apart by a red/white triangle. The circular day/night show at 9 o’clock is produced using blued titanium with laser-cut stars loaded up with Super-LumiNova, and the base cover has a hand-painted limited edition number.
Powering the watch is the Chronoswiss type C. 296 programmed, in light of the ETA 2895 with an in-house regulator module (likewise altered for the afternoon/night complication). It has 27 gems, beats at 28,800vph (4Hz) with a 42-hour power save. Seen from the display caseback, the openworked rotor is rhodium plated with Côtes de Genève, while the scaffolds and plates are designed with perlage.
The new Chronoswiss Flying Regulator Night and Day Limited Edition is limited to 50 pieces, while other Night and Day models without the guilloché dial have a more standard accessibility. The value stays to be affirmed. More data can be found at www.chronoswiss.com .