The New Chronoswiss Regulator Classic

Chronoswiss disclosed another assortment of regulators at Baselworld 2019 with three dial alternatives and two case sizes, totalling six pieces to browse. These are advancements of the first Classic Regulator line with refreshed dials, hands, cases and wristbands, taking on new characters without abandoning the first equation. The new watches have a sportier, more energetic tasteful and address a section to the broad arrangement of regulator watches from Chronoswiss, the brand that does this style best. We should investigate the Chronoswiss Regulator Classic 37 and 41.

These new Regulator Classics have an immediate heredity to the first Régulateur from 1987 , which had a perfect, even dial design without decorations. That part prompted the fresher Regulator Manufacture, a practically indistinguishable twin that additional two guilloché examples to the dial for a more upscale presence. The Flying Regulator assortments with multi-dimensional dials and progressed complications have taken the style to new heights. Still, there’s consistently a spot for the less difficult, classic regulator aesthetic.

Note: captured here are just the 41mm models.


The prior Classic Regulators have 40mm measurement cases, while the new line offers either 37mm or 41mm cases. The move takes into account a more extensive crowd with pieces more acceptable for ladies – and the more extensive Eastern business sectors where Chronoswiss is well known. The hardened steel cases are very much like in any case, albeit the bezel has changed somewhat on the new models. The stature of the 37mm models is 10.7mm, while the 41mm models are thicker at 12.7mm. The cleaned bezel is a piece smaller and compliment than on the more established models, however the classic Chronoswiss components stay flawless – knurled rings on the top and lower part of the case, curiously large onion crown and slanting hauls with uncovered screws.

The instance of the Chronoswiss Regulator Classic has a blend of cleaned and brushed components, and a sapphire precious stone with an enemy of intelligent covering covers the dial. The presentation caseback has a sapphire window also, showing the Caliber C. 295 programmed. Both the 37mm and 41mm cases are water-impervious to 100 meters.


Three dial alternatives are accessible for the Chronoswiss Regulator Classic, including galvanic blue, galvanic silver and a galvanic dim and dark combination – the blue variant can be found in the video on top. Following the plan components of the previous Classic, the top hour sub-dial is essentially bigger than the base seconds one, and both element a “sun based” guilloché design. The two-tone (dark and dark) dial includes a red Roman numeral at 12 o’clock. Brief track traverses the edge with numerals printed each five minutes.

The Trigono-style hour and moment hands are a smidgen more contemporary than the more established Feuille hands and have Super-LumiNova trims that the others needed. The hands are either Rhodium-plated (and lacquered) or thermally blued, contingent upon the dial.


The heart of every one of the six Chronoswiss Regulator Classic models is the Caliber C. 295 programmed, contrasting from the Caliber C. 291 in the more seasoned models. It has 27 gems, beats at 28,800vph (4Hz) with a 42-hour power hold. That is up a piece from the C. 291’s 38 hours. Capacities incorporate focal minutes with sub-dial hours and hacking sub-dial seconds. Albeit the development is an altered ETA type, the regulator module is both planned and created in-house. Seen from the show caseback, the development highlights Côtes de Genève, perlage and blued screws.


The hardened steel wristband is a feature this time as they’ve been upgraded for the new models. The more seasoned “rice” style wristband has been refreshed with huge, brushed focal connections flanked by smaller cleaned interfaces, and gets with a steel collapsing catch. The wristband is standard on all new models as it was just an alternative on one model last time. It has a strong, current tasteful that adds a lively touch to the line.


Recent Chronoswiss features have zeroed in on the Flying Regulator assortments that are modern, now and then even advanced takes of the regulator style. It’s acceptable to see the brand proceeding to accept the less complex, more conventional tasteful that keeps the general portfolio very much expanded. The new Chronoswiss Regulator Classic watches aren’t an extreme takeoff from the first Regular Classics, yet the little changes have an effect and the new arm bands add a visual punch.

All six Chronoswiss Regulator Classic retail for CHF 4,750 or EUR 4,650, which is uncommon as bigger models will in general command a premium. For more data and orders, visit .