Chronoswiss Watches

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    Stainless Steel, dark blue crocodile strap with tang buckle, coined edge bezel, silver guilloche Arabic dial, automatic (CS C.931 (base Valjoux 7750)), 12-hour chronograph, date, moon-phase, small seconds, display back, Ref. CH-7523, 38mm, Retail = $7,800, Mint in service box

    $3,015 our price, Wire Price $2,895
    Our ID CS108 : Ask A Question : Add To Cart

Chronoswiss Watches

The relatively young Chronoswiss was founded in 1983 by Gerd-Rudiger Lang, a master watchmaker who had previously produced movements for other major brands. Lang attached the name in 1982 to the world's first chronograph with a moon phase display and a mineral crystal back, beginning his brand with a first and continuing that standard of innovation in later years. The year 1987 saw the company find its signature design -- a screwed and channeled bezel, an onion-shaped crown, and screwed strap lugs -- as well as launch the Regulateur model, the first continuously produced regulator-style wristwatch. The more recent Timesmaster series pays tribute to racing and classic cars, while the 1993 Orea model indicated a rebirth in horological art with its hand-crafted white enamel dial. In 2012, the family-owned Chronoswiss was bought by a Swiss family of entrepreneurs who have continued the company's traditional production of precise mechanical watches.

Do you have a Chronoswiss watch to sell? We are interested in some models from this brand. To get an idea of models we have bought direct from end-users, review our list of Chronoswiss models we have bought.