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The special mechanical watches are made by the studio in Lucerne.

The master watchmaker Gerd-Rudiger Lang.
Chronoswiss was founded in Munich in 1983.

HOUSE OF CHRONOSEISS - headquarter in Lucerne.
The studio has the equipments for enamelling and guilloche.
Everyone can see how the Chronoswiss's watches are made by the master watchmakers in the studio freely.

Chronoswiss Brand History
Chronoswiss was founded by the master watchmaker Gerd-Rüdiger Lang, who set up the first factory in Munich in 1983 with the aim of preserving the traditional technology of Swiss mechanical watches, and in the wake of the Quartz shock that shook up the Swiss watch industry in the same year.

In 1987, Chronoswiss launched its hand-wound wristwatch Régulateur.
Régulateur was the company's first serially-manufactured hand-wound wristwatch with a regulator-type dial. It marked the beginning of the typical Chronoswiss case, with its distinguishing features of a channeled bezel, onion-shaped crown, and screw-in vector lugs.

Chronoswiss continued to produce innovative watches such as the Régulateur Automatique and Grand Régulateur, gaining it the following of watch fans around the world. In 1995 it launched the Opus series, which was the world's first hand-wound chronograph with a skeleton dial, and the hand-wound Lunar Chronograph featuring a moon phase display.

In 2000 Chronoswiss debuted the first minute-repeater tourbillon with a regulator dial and a cantilevered tourbillon cage Régulateur á quarts, followed by other models. Then in 2009, the company took its first step as a manufacturer with the launch of its own Chronoswiss developed and manufactured movement.

In 2012, the Swiss entrepreneurial family Ebstein took over the management of Chronoswiss from its founder Gerd-Rüdiger Lang, heralding a smooth start as the second generation of Chronoswiss. The company moved its headquarters from Munich, Germany to the current location in Lucerne, Switzerland, where it has set up a studio featuring equipment for enamelling and guilloche, in an effort to preserve and revive traditional watchmaking techniques.
Around 5000 Chronoswiss wristwatches are produced annually, and each one is a culmination of considerable time and effort taken by its master craftsmen.

Lineup

Sirius Triple Date

CH-9343.1

Movement:Swiss

Casing:Swiss

automatic
Stainless steel case
3 bar
40mm/Diameter

¥1,125,000 + TAX

Sirius Chronograph Retrograde

CH-7543B

Movement:Swiss

Casing:Swiss

automatic
Stainless steel case
3 bar
42mm/Diameter

¥1,480,000 + TAX

Sirius Régulateur

CH-1243.1

Movement:Swiss

Casing:Swiss

automatic
Stainless steel case
3 bar
40mm/Diameter

¥945,000 + TAX

Sirius Date

CH-2843.1

Movement:Swiss

Casing:Swiss

automatic
Stainless steel case
3 bar
40mm/Diameter

¥685,000 + TAX

Sirius Chronograph Skeleton

CH-7543S

Movement:Swiss

Casing:Swiss

automatic
Stainless steel case
3 bar
42mm/Diameter

¥1,610,000 + TAX

Sirius Chronograph Moon Phase

CH-7543L

Movement:Swiss

Casing:Swiss

automatic
Stainless steel case
3 bar
42mm/Diameter

¥1,085,000 + TAX

*Prices are subject to change without notice.

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TEL:03-3839-3316

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