Wheels, springs and screws always in sight: Timemaster chronograph in the skeletonized version
To the fascination of the interplay of wheels to enjoy spring and screws in the mechanics of a clock – alone or together – you have a watch connoisseur almost always a problem: you must take off the clock and turn around to look at the fine composition through a window in the floor. This is cumbersome and harms buckle and band in the long term. Your pleasure, however, when looking at the dial starts at the new variant of the Timemaster chronograph. Here the time master thanks to a Skeletonize offers insight ticking inside – in this case the filigree refined caliber C. 741 S behind a modification of the proven Valjoux 7751.
Chronoswiss offers round-the-clock in two variants: with black or electrically matt silver-plated dial. Has a bezel, black DLC coated stainless steel case measuring 44 mm in both cases and has a rubber wristband.
, Incidentally, the light-hearted approach follows the philosophy of company founder Gerd-Rüdiger lang. Because it was he who built in the early 1980s as the first window in the floors of his watches and thus was style-setting of the Renaissance of mechanical wristwatches.