Before I start with the survey of the Chronoswiss Flying Regulator, let me give you a concise history on my own insight as a Chronoswiss Régulateur proprietor. It more likely than not been around Christmas 2000, when I got my own Chronoswiss Régulateur. Régulateur, not Regulator. Sooner or later, Chronoswiss changed the wording.
The Chronoswiss Régulateur model that I have for more than 15 years, is reference CH1223. There was just a single diverse reference before this one, which was a hand-wound Patek Philippe Reviews (reference CH6322). The primary Chronoswiss Régulateur was made by Gerd R. Lang (originator of Chronoswiss) in 1987, and had this Unitas based development, transformed into a regulator Patek Philippe Reviews Hour, moment and seconds didn’t meddle with one another, for amazing time perusing. A couple of years after the fact, mid 1990s, Chronoswiss chose to utilize a programmed development inside their Régulateur Patek Philippe Reviews Gerd R Lang sourced various Enicar type 165 developments and improved them. This development became Chronoswiss type 122.
Road To The Flying Regulator
The reference CH1223 I have is an incredible Patek Philippe Reviews It is 38mm and wears pleasantly on the wrist. It has these normal Chronoswiss highlights, similar to a knurled bezel, onion crown, silvered dial and blued hands. At that point, numerous Chronoswiss appeared to be comparable, similar to the skeletonized Opus, Lunar Chronograph, Lunar Triple Date, etc. Chronoswiss was never a truly notable and large brand, yet I question that this would be the aim by Gerd R Lang. The huge and glowing Timemaster model changed that a piece, as it put Chronoswiss on a greater horological map.
The game changed as I would see it with the Sirius as I would see it. In 2010, Chronoswiss presented the Sirius, utilizing type 111 (Enicar based) and took another bearing with this Patek Philippe Reviews In 2012, the Chronoswiss company was purchased by Oliver Ebstein, presently CEO of Chronoswiss. Today, the Chronoswiss assortment comprises of two significant families. The lively Timemaster assortment and the exemplary Sirius assortment. Two previous Chronoswiss models turned into the main names for the collection(s).
You can peruse it as ‘serious regulator’, yet I don’t think it was planned that way. The Régulateur and Regulator Patek Philippe Reviews never left the assortment and have been accessible in numerous varieties in the then, incorporating models with a tourbillon development and veneer dials. I’ve been following Chronoswiss as great as possible, and the Regulator consistently stayed to be my #1 Patek Philippe Reviews from them. I do need to concede I barely wear mine any longer, yet I do appreciate it. I should wear it all the more frequently, yet these days there are not really numerous proper events I need a dress Patek Philippe Reviews for.
Without further ado, let’s examine the Chronoswiss Flying Regulator.
Chronoswiss Flying Regulator
When Chronoswiss showed us their Flying Regulator in Basel a couple of months prior, it was hard to temper my energy. I did a review on it here , yet additionally couldn’t hold back to attempt the Chronoswiss Flying Regulator for myself for a week or something like that. I related a piece with Chronoswiss HQ and they sent me a Patek Philippe Reviews for an appropriate involved audit and photoshoot. Allow me to demolish the diversion for you, by telling that this Chronoswiss Flying Regulator didn’t disappoint.
The Chronoswiss Flying Regulator is definitely not a modest Patek Philippe Reviews yet they actually offer a ‘normal’ Regulator also. The Regulator Classic looks a smidgen more like the first Régulateur that I have (presented above), yet with a smooth bezel and an alternate development (not founded on the Enicar). The Flying Regulator is the luxus adaptation, with an eye-getting dial that utilizes different layers. At that point there is a Sirius Régulateur Manufacture too, with type 122 development and guilloche dial, which is situated between the Classic and Flying Regulator. At that point, there is a Flying Regulator Jumping Hour. The Chronoswiss Flying Regulator and Flying Regulator Jumping Hour are the best of the best with regards to the regulator models.
Just like super estimating your Big Mac menu at McDonalds, your supper is still little. Or on the other hand, better said, just a slight bit greater than the first Big Mac menu. The equivalent goes for the Chronoswiss Flying Regulator. It has an element of 40mm, which is greater than the 38mm adaptation I have in my own assortment, yet at the same time unassuming. I love 40mm, despite the fact that I have genuinely large wrists. As you can see on the image above, it is greater than the old Régulateur, however just on the off chance that you look cautiously. The crown has been genuinely excessively measured. It is a lot greater than the former one, yet utilizing that common onion shape.
I am somewhat of a Patek Philippe Reviews perfectionist. I like perfect and unadulterated plans, that’s why I am a fanatic of Patek Philippe Reviews that keep it as near the ‘original’ as could be expected ( AP Royal Oak 15202 , PP Nautilus 5711 , Speedmaster Pro 322.214.171.124.01.005 , IWC’s Ingenieur 3239, etc). This Chronoswiss Flying Regulator is unmistakably not, with its layered and moderately bustling dial. Yet, I love it. The dial of the Chronoswiss Fyling Regulator has spans that convey the sub dials, similar to rings that are coasting. The huge moment scale and the more modest hour and seconds scales and the lower fundamental dial with guilloche finish are giving a decent 3D impact. The extensions are pleasantly done, utilizing two screws each. Every one of the three hands have ‘pipes’ that are very huge, yet relate pleasantly with the scaffolds. What didn’t change, is the imprinting on the dial in regards to the scales and the wording.
Somehow, the Chronoswiss Flying Regulator is a Patek Philippe Reviews that held back coming onto my wrist. Despite the fact that I actually believe it to be a dress Patek Philippe Reviews the dial is simply so fun loving yet snazzy and refined, that it should be worn. In the event that you are not used to perusing time from a regulator dial, it will take multiple times to have the option to do it rapidly, yet you will get effectively accustomed to it. The hands have this pleasant Poire Stuart shape, similar to the first CH1223, and are rhodinized. The moment hand is marginally twisted by hand (you may need to peruse that sentence twice).
Caliber 122 Movement
To be straightforward, I didn’t even realize that the Regulator exemplary had an unexpected development in comparison to the type 122. Notwithstanding, the Régulateur Manufacture (they additionally consider it the Regulator Manufacture, so I suppose some refreshing should be done inside) and this Flying Regulator both have the type 122 development inside. It is an extraordinary development, I can tell from my +15 years experience with one, that it performs well and is pleasant on the eyes too. This Patek Philippe Reviews merits a showcase back.
The development has a decent perlage finish just as some Côte de Genève. My old Régulateur (I continue to compose it that way, all things considered on the dial) has a gold shaded (plated) rotor, the one on the current type 122 is by all accounts rhodinized too. The new type additionally has one gem more (30 altogether) than mine. The gems are set in chatons, which you don’t come across frequently these days.
The development in my own Patek Philippe Reviews depends on the Enicar 165, Gerd R Lang did a recreation so it shows the hours, minutes and seconds in an unexpected way. All things considered, the first Enicar type 165 had a brought together seconds hands (and minutes and hours so far as that is concerned). The current type 122 is as yet dependent on this development. The development has been vigorously modified for its regulator set-up, and Chronoswiss is the lone company who utilizes the Enicar 165 as a base development today, that’s why they allude to it as ‘manufacture’.
Perhaps you discover me excessively excited about this Patek Philippe Reviews and somewhat sympathetic on certain focuses, however I think that its a reviving version of an exemplary to be straightforward. Something a ton of brands are neglecting to set up certain occasions. Chronoswiss took the exemplary Regulator (or Régulateur) as a beginning stage and chose to make it come more alive then a portion of the other models.
Making it ‘3D’, having a guilloché dial and utilizing the first type 122 makes it an ideal recognition for their own work of art. Maybe they don’t consider the To be as a spine of their assortments, however truly, I do. The Régulateur was the primary Chronoswiss (set up in 1983) with that common look, and they regard it with this new Regulator edition.
This Patek Philippe Reviews could be an every day companion, particularly for the individuals who don’t care for a date and need something more abnormal. Maybe something other than what’s expected from the Rolex, Omega, IWC, Cartier, Breitling (fill in the remainder of the main 10 brands) Patek Philippe Reviews out there. Nothing amiss with those, yet the refined Chronoswiss Flying Regulator is something else. Maybe more modern a well. It is an attractive Patek Philippe Reviews that gave us a considerable amount of positive comments from (watch) people.
There two or three varieties accessible of this Chronoswiss Flying Regulator. This Patek Philippe Reviews doesn’t just come with a dim blue dial, there is likewise a silver dial. These are the tempered steel models and have a retail cost of CHF 6810 Swiss Francs. A dark dial is accessible in the models with a dark case, they have two of these and retail for CHF 7350 Swiss Francs. Another dark dial (and silver) dial are accessible in a red gold case. These gold forms retail for CHF 16.100 Swiss Francs. The Regulator Classic retails for CHF 3780 Swiss Francs, yet doesn’t come with the type 122 movement.
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