Established in Munich in 1982 but now headquartered in Lucerne, Chronoswiss is a recognised specialist in the creation of regulator timepieces, where hours, minutes and seconds are indicated on separate dials.
One of the latest additions to its collection is the new Sirius Flying Regulator featuring a “flying” minute dial and sub-dials for hours (at 12:00) and seconds (at 6:00) which stand out from a guilloché base.
A slightly curved sapphire crystal enhances the three-dimensionality of the dial offered in various colours including an eye-catching galvanic blue.
Available in stainless steel, DLC-coated stainless steel or red gold, the partly polished, partly satin-finished case has a diameter of 40 mm and a total thickness of 11.80 mm. It offers water resistance to 30 metres /100 feet.
The Sirius Flying Regulator is powered by the manufacture calibre C.122, already used for Régulateur Automatique, the first automatic model featuring a regulator-style dial by Chronoswiss. Beating at 21,600 vibrations per hours, it offers 45 hours of power reserve.
The Chronoswiss Sirius Flying Regulator is completed by elegant alligator leather or sporty calfskin straps with prices starting at Swiss Francs 6,810 for the stainless steel versions.
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