Is this the bluest watch in the world? On the Chronoswiss Regulator Classic Blue Steel different shades of blue has been applied to the case, bezel, crown, dial, subdials, hands, lume and strap.
Regulator Classic Blue Steel
With its different displays for hours, seconds and minutes, a regulator watch can be compared to a car dashboard that separates the speed from the tachometer. So we are proud to present the new Regulator Classic Blue Steel, the "Dashboard of Time"!
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Our team of watch experts is happy to answer your questions and requests. You will receive all information first hand, directly from the Atelier Lucerne. It is important to us to make the purchase of your Chronoswiss and the service afterwards an all-round positive experience for you.
Stainless steel with blue PVD coating
Screw-down case back with satin finish and sapphire crystal
Partly polished, partly with vertical satin finish, onion crown
Polished screw-down bezel with full thread and side knurling with curved, double coated anti-reflective sapphire crystal
Caliber C. 295, automatic
4 Hz (28.800 A/h)
Number of jewels
Polished pallet lever, escape wheel and screws; bridges and plates with perlage
Engraved and rhodium-plated rotor with Côtes de Genève and ball bearing
Galvanic blue, scales with circular-graining; interior of hour display with guilloche details, skeletonized small seconds display
Off-centre hours at 12:00, central minutes, small seconds at 6:00
Design of hands
Lacquered; with Super-LumiNova inlays
Shape of hands
Strap & buckle
Louisiana alligator leather sewn and dyed by hand
Type of buckle
10 bar( 100m )
Hand-sewn and dyed two-tone strap
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Regulator Classic Blue Steel functions
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At 6 o’clock on the dial, this timepiece reveals an exciting insight. The dial and the bridge have been skeletonized so that you can see the second wheel in action. As the associated seconds scale floats above the dial on a funnel-like display, the gaze is virtually drawn towards the seconds wheel, designed to look like a rotary dial.