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Chronoswiss Artist Régulateur Jumping Hour Watch Watch Releases

Chronoswiss Artist Régulateur Jumping Hour Watch Watch Releases

While regulator watches used to be something of a rarity, we are now seeing more of them appear. These are the watches based on clocks watchmakers used in the past, with a rather prominent minute hand that was easily seen, allowing the watchmaker to regulate whatever was on their workbench against this standard reference. Having this implemented in a watch can make some sense, as the minutes are generally the first thing we look for. Combining a jump-hour complication into the mix gives us the new-release Chronoswiss Artist Régulateur Jumping Hour watch.

Chronoswiss is a new we do not hear too much about, but they have been quietly producing rather nice (and capable) luxury watches since 1983. While a great deal of attention can be given to the complications in the motion, there’s very much an aesthetic focus here as well. On the dial, we have a combo of guilloche and enameling, which is not something I believe I have seen before. In the blue iteration, it provides very much the feeling of rippling water, together with the silver dials (which also have a guilloche pattern on these) looking like stones that are causing those ripples. From the pictures, this is a somewhat beguiling effect, and you would expect it is even more remarkable when viewed in person.The flip side of the watch offers a display ( or so we are told, as no photos were provided) since the bridges of the C.283 automatic movement in the Chronoswiss Brand Review Replica Artist Régulateur Jumping Hour are beveled and spent a while in the guilloche machine as well. This movement provides a 42-hour power reserve whilst driving the skipping hour, off-center minutes, and the sub-seconds. All tucked into a 40mm case that is under 10mm thick, the Chronoswiss Artist Régulateur Jumping Hour certainly appears like a dressier bit to accompany you on a night out to the town.The edition of this Chronoswiss Artist Régulateur Jumping Hour which we’ve concentrated on here has a polished steel case, and carries a price tag of $12,600 (now approximately $13,900). If you would like, you could instead decide on a situation made of 18k red gold using all the enameled dial in white; pricing for that variation is $22,650 (about $24,900). Even though this may be an interesting palette of itself, for me, the real star is that blue, rippling-water dial. While Chronoswiss may not be on everybody’s radar, they ought to be if you consider yourself a connoisseur of luxury watches, even since they offer up something different than you may see from other brands.

Chronoswiss Artist Régulateur Jumping Hour Watch Watch Releases

Chronoswiss is a brand we do not hear too much about, but they have been quietly producing rather nice (and competent) luxury watches since 1983. This latest one, the Chronoswiss Artist Régulateur Jumping Hour, is part of the Artist series. While a lot of attention could be given to the complications in the movement, there is very much an aesthetic focus here as well. On the dial, we have a combination of guilloche and enameling, which is not something I believe I have seen before. Here, in the blue iteration, it gives very much the feeling of rippling water, with the sterling silver dials (which also have a guilloche pattern on them) looking like stones that are causing those ripples. In the photos, this is a rather beguiling effect, and one would hope that it is all the more impressive when seen in person.

The flip side of the watch also gives a show (or so we’re told, as no photos were provided) as the bridges of the C.283 automatic movement in the Chronoswiss Artist Régulateur Jumping Hour have been beveled and spent some time at the guilloche machine as well. This movement provides a 42-hour power reserve while driving the jumping hour, off-center minutes, and the sub-seconds. All tucked into a 40mm case that is under 10mm thick, the Chronoswiss Artist Régulateur Jumping Hour certainly seems like a dressier piece to accompany you on a night out on the town.

Chronoswiss Artist Régulateur Jumping Hour Watch Watch Releases

The version of the Chronoswiss Artist Régulateur Jumping Hour that we have focused on here has a polished steel case, and carries a price tag of €12,600 (currently about $13,900). If you prefer, you could instead opt for a case made of 18k red gold with the enameled dial in white; pricing for that version is €22,650 (about $24,900). While this may be an interesting palette in and of itself, for me, the real star is that blue, rippling-water dial. While Chronoswiss Pacific Chronograph Price Replica may not be on everyone’s radar, they should be if you consider yourself a connoisseur of luxury watches, as they offer up something different than you might see from other brands. chronoswiss.com

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