WATCHES AND WONDERS 2021
Chronoswiss Highlight Models
Discover our spring highlights – with colour-changing dials, a new era of skeletonisation and unexpected colours, there´s a whole range of fascinating new timepieces.
In the Watches and Wonders keynote video, CEO Oliver Ebstein provides inspiring insights on the highlight models and explains the brand´s Modern Mechanical approach to watchmaking.
Open Gear ReSec Paraiba
Limited to 50 pieces
Through the unique mix of traditional handmade guilloché and innovative use of CVD coating, Chronoswiss is able recreate the wonders of nature in a modern mechanical way.Find out more
OPEN GEAR RESEC BIG WAVE
A hypnotising long-wave guilloché sets the scene on the metallic blue Open Gear ReSec Big Wave, a classically inclined modern mechanical timepiece that marries regulator and retrograde. Watch the video for a full presentation of the new model!Find out more
Open Gear Tourbillon
Regulator Tourbillon Reloaded
In the year 2000 Chronoswiss unveiled the world’s first serially produced regulator tourbillon. More than 20 years after this horological achievement, the Open Gear Tourbillon has been launched – a modern mechanical timekeeper with a unique regulator set-up, electric blue case and a hypnotising handmade guilloché.Find out more
Welcome to Lucerne!
Visit our House of Chronoswiss
Discover the art of modern mechanical horology in our Atelier Lucerne - until it´s time for a trip, we invite you to visit our workshops and meet the people behind the brand and some iconic timepieces in this short video:
THE NEW CHRONOSWISS MODELS
CURRENT WATCH COLLECTION
The Art of Skeletonising
In 1995 the complex 300-part masterpiece Opus Chronograph advanced off the skeletonising chapter at Chronoswiss. The new version bears a modern geometry with a 41-millimetre diameter and shorter lugs.
In the limited edition of the emblematic chronograph, the subdials showing date, chronograph hours and minutes and small seconds add a little colour to a horological opus from Lucerne.
A new Era in Skeletonising
With the aptly named SkelTec, Chronoswiss proudly presents a radically progressive skeleton timepiece featuring a 166 part hand-wound movement exclusively developed in the company´s atelier in Lucerne.
Modern Mechanical at its best
The new Open Gear ReSec represents the perfect symbiosis of horological know-how, nonconformist design, modern materials and classical artisanal mastery.
Inimitability around the clock
Made to last: For longevity and perpetual fascination, our hand-guilloched dials are coated with modern materials, resulting in a deep blue in this case.