Chronoswiss

CHRONOSWISS

Ref. CH 2843
WOT ID: 27415

Kairos, Ref. CH 2843, Chronometer, steel, box and paper, 2013

CHRONOSWISS

Ref. CH2823
WOT ID: 17221

Kairos, Ref. CH2823, Chronometer, steel, box and paper, 2000

CHRONOSWISS

Ref. CH 1821
WOT ID: 21445

Kairos, Ref. CH 1821, yellow-gold, manual wind, chronograph, ca. 2003

CHRONOSWISS

Ref. CH7442
WOT ID: 26609

Klassik, Ref. CH7442, Kassik, steel, pink-gold, chronograph, box and paper,

About Chronoswiss
Comparatively new on the market, the Swiss timepieces manufacture Chronoswiss was founded by Gerd Rüdiger Land in 1981 in Munich. Initially family owned, Chronoswiss focused on the production of mechanical timepieces. All collections of Chronoswiss have the distinctive onion-shaped crown, screwed strap lugs and a screwed and knurled bezel. The overall design of the timepieces reflects the mode of 19th century regulators. Some models come with a quarter-hour striking mechanism. Chronoswiss were the first to invent skeletonised automatic Chronographs.
The first wristwatch with vintage-regulator-dials, produced in series, was introduced in 1987 under the name Régulateur to the market. As long as the founders owned the company, the production was based in Munich. In 2012 shares of Chronoswiss Uhren GmbH were sold to the Ebstein Family and the company was thus relocated to the Vierwaldstätter lake. Only recently the sport series of Chronoswiss was expanded with a men’s watch, which shows two time-zones.