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Chronoswiss—Ingenuity meets Modernity
During the Quartz Crisis in 1983, master watchmaker Gerd-Rüdiger Lang—a visionary with a deep appreciation for horological traditions—risked it all to start his own Maison of mechanical watches in Munich, Germany, called Chronoswiss. Carrying on his legacy of combining fine craftsmanship with innovative design—the brand now headquartered in Lucerne Switzerland—has continued to redefine the art of timekeeping by creating timepieces which tell stories that go beyond hours and minutes.
Within a few years of establishment, Lang through Chronoswiss created the world’s first mechanical chronograph with moon phase indication and clear crystal back. With this invention, the series of firsts continued. In 1988, the brand unveiled the world’s first serially manufactured wristwatch with a regulator-style display separating minutes, seconds, and hours called the Régulateur. This timepiece featured the brand’s signature case for the first time which included the patented screw-in solution for securely connecting the strap with the lugs. In 1991, Chronoswiss launched the Kairos Chronograph; the world’s first automatic chronograph with an off-centre display showing hours and minutes. Around that time, the brand also revived the art of hand-enamelled dials and released the patented Grand Régulateur which featured the regulator complication on a wristwatch. Towards the last decade of the 20th century, the brand saw the launch of the world’s first skeletonised, self-winding, split-second chronograph by Chronoswiss called the Pathos. Today, Chronoswiss is known for its exquisite designs, regulators, and movements.
The Chronoswiss Sirius collection is characterised by timeless design, meticulous attention to detail, and high-quality movements. Noted for its meticulous designs is the Delphis collection which displays the brand’s mastery over guilloché dials. The brand’s other collections such as the SkelTec, Space Timer, Classic, Open Gear, and Heritage, deliver the essence of traditional Swiss watchmaking with modern ingenious designs and mechanics.
With the advent of the 21st century, various timepieces created by Chronoswiss such as the world’s first automatic chronograph with regulator complication called the Chronoscope bagged the ‘Watch of the Year 2003’ by Armbanduhren magazine. Recently, the Flying Regulator Manufacture bagged the Red Dot Design and the GQ Time award. Delivering modernity, the brand became the watchmaker to design a collection solely for cryptocurrency enthusiasts.
Important Chronoswiss Collections
Frequently asked Questions (FAQs)
What is special about Chronoswiss?
With the advent of the 21st century, various timepieces created by Chronoswiss such as the world’s first automatic chronograph with regulator complication called the Chronoscope bagged the ‘Watch of the Year 2003’ by Armbanduhren magazine. Recently, the Flying Regulator Manufacture bagged the Red Dot Design and the GQ Time award.
Which are the most popular Chronoswiss collections in India?
The most popular Chronoswiss collections in India are:
Which are the most popular Chronoswiss watches for men in India?
The most popular Chronoswiss watches for men in India are:
Where can I get my Chronoswiss watch serviced?
One of the best luxury watch service centres in India is operated by Ethos Watches. Ethos Watch Care | Shop No 118-120, First Floor, Square One Mall, District Center Saket New Delhi - 110017 | Phone: +91 11 4142 1691, +91 93190 95793 | E-Mail: email@example.com | URL: https://www.ethoswatches.com/repair-and-service/