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3D Flying Regulator

An exciting play on the regulator is the variant with the jumping hour. The hours are not displayed as with the classic regulator by sub-dials, but are presented digitally in a window, making it look like a date at first sight. Chronoswiss dedicated a limited regulator model to this particularly clever complication some years ago on the occasion of the brand’s 30th anniversary. And the Regulator Jumping Hour has secured itself a permanent position in the classic collection ever since. In 2016 Chronoswiss has gone a step further for this model, too, and launching a 3D Flying Regulator Jumping Hour.

Above the watch dials with their characteristic guilloche pattern, the sub-dials rise for the minute hand and the seconds hand, artistically designed on a plinth. The arched glass offers a particularly good experience of this three-dimensionality.

The watch dials of the Flying Regulator Jumping Hour are also dominated by the elaborate signature guilloche. Depending on the angle the sophisticated geometrical pattern, reveals its true beauty when exposed to light, and appears chequered or as a complex basketwork.

The Chronoswiss Signature Guilloche is an in-house design developed in the studios of House of Chronoswiss in Lucerne. That is why the Atelier Lucerne inscription adorns the watch dials.

This Regulator model also comes with a choice of several colors and material variations, from the classic and timeless combination in a red gold or stainless steel case and a silver dial to dials in enigmatic black, which are lent a dynamic touch by signal red hands, through to extravagant, sporty galvanic tones such as blue or orange. Straps with colored interior leather specially made for the Flying collection play skillfully on the color tones.

Chronoswiss specializes in the manufacture of high-quality, mechanical Swiss made wristwatches. The independent family business employs 30 people and annually manufactures some 4,000 timepieces. These are exported to 26 countries, where they can be purchased from 300 select specialized dealers. The company headquarters are located in the House of Chronoswiss at Lucerne (Switzerland). There, visitors are welcome to experience live watchmaking and traditional craftsmanship such as high fire enamel and guilloche à la main.