We as of late went involved with the new Chronoswiss Regulator Classic collection , first presented at Baselworld 2019 as a slight development of the first Regulator Classic. Another model has now gotten the line together with motorsport motivation and a speedometer vibe, infusing somewhat more adrenaline into the all around edgier new pieces. With new dial components appropriated from an auto cockpit, the Regulator Classic Carbon Racer appears to need as much time on the track as it does on your wrist. We should take a nearer look.
The tempered steel instance of the Chronoswiss Regulator Classic Carbon Racer is equivalent to the others shows in the Classic assortment, with a 41mm width and 12.7mm tallness – the more modest 37mm alternative isn’t offered here. The cleaned bezel and knurled rings on the two closures of the case are unchanged, just like the larger than usual onion crown and long, slanting drags. A sapphire precious stone with a double enemy of intelligent covering covers the dial, while a second sapphire window shows the development on the caseback. Like all others in the assortment, the case is water-impervious to 100 metres.
The dial is the genuine champion element of the Chronoswiss Regulator Classic Carbon Racer, with hustling themes all through. Eye-catching dark carbon fiber encompasses the two sub-dials, which themselves have taken on a dashing vibe. The top hour sub-dial, bigger than the more modest seconds partner, has enormous white Arabic numerals supplanting the more moderate Roman numerals. The equivalent “sun oriented” guilloché design fills the inside, yet the base seconds sub-dial is currently open-attempted to uncover gears on the regulator module. This is like the Flying Regulator Open Gear and propelled here by a racecar edge. A red line bends upward from 7 to 9 o’clock on the hour sub-dial, making a tachometer stylish, while a red minutes track combined with the focal minutes hand resembles a speedometer. A hustling red seconds hand makes all the difference for the vibe, while the Trigono-style hour and moment hands have splendid Super-LumiNova inlays.
The heart of the Regulator Classic Carbon Racer is the Caliber C.295 programmed, including 27 gems, 28,800vph (4Hz) and a 42-hour power hold. It’s a period just development dependent on an ETA type, however the regulator module is both planned and created in-house. When seen from the presentation caseback, the development is embellished with Côtes de Genève and perlage, alongside an engraved rhodium-plated rotor, cleaned bed switch, get away from haggle/p>
The hardened steel bracelet includes the new plan with enormous, brushed focal connections and thin cleaned joins at the closures, redesigned from the first “rice” bracelet on the more seasoned line. A lively elastic lash is likewise a choice.
With organizations with both Audi and Alfa Romeo, Chronoswiss is no more unusual to motorsport and this most up to date Regulator Classic model is a demonstration of that. Retail cost will be CHF 4,750. More data at Chronoswiss.com .