Live from WWG24: new from Chronoswiss

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We are next at Chronoswiss. They released the next generation with 4 novelties.

Live from WWG24: new from Chronoswiss

The new chapter for Chronoswiss begins with these four watches. Two from a new collection which they call Strike 2. And a revamp of the Resec collection. All 4 watches are limited editions of 100 pieces each.

Chronoswiss Strike 2

The Chronoswiss Strike 2 retails for CHF 9,800 incl Swiss VAT.

Two launch models with colours of the dial which are blue (H20) and anthracite gold (Golden Gear).

Chronoswiss draws their DNA Рso retaining a regulator setup with guilloch̩. The watch is called Strike 2, because Chronoswiss says the two regulator dials are visually striking. This is not the conventional use of striking in watchmaking which usually refers to watches with hammers to strike gongs.

The stainless steel case diameter is 40mm, the smallest of the current Chronoswiss. The case is a new design. With a smaller onion crown.

The movement is the C6000, and is manufactured movement. The movement is design is by Chronoswiss with the technical design is La Joux Peret, and manufactured by LJP exclusively for Chronoswiss.

Chronoswiss Resec next generation

Price for the We are next at Chronoswiss. They released the next generation with 4 novelties.

A rework of the Resec collection, now with a smaller case of 42mm, reduced from 44mm. The case material is also titanium instead of stainless steel. And a reworked dial design which is more skeletonised with a new manufacture movement C6005. Launch models are with two dial options in blue (Vertical Blue), green (Green Monster). The colour is applied by CVD (chemical vapour deposit).

The Vertical Blue features Geneva Stripes on the dial. And the Green Monster features a guilloché dial which looks like multi colours over a base bright green.

The movement is also a collaboration La Joux Peret, with the same C6000 with a retrograde seconds (hence the name Resec). The movement case back looks like the one in Strike 2 as the module for the retrograde seconds is under the dial.


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