Chronoswiss adds two new dial hues to its Flying Regulator Night & Day collection. Each steel-case limited edition offers its artistic interpretation of the ongoing 41mm Chronoswiss regulator-dial collection, which emphasizes a large central minute hand set atop smaller hour and seconds indicators. The Night & Day editions add a specialized, artisanal day/night subdial at the 9 o’clock position.
The new Chronoswiss Flying Regulator Night & Day Midnight.
One of the debuts, the Flying Regulator Night & Day Midnight, features a blue guilloché dial, a darkened version of the Chronoswiss specialty.
This dark blue version is meant to echo a night sky and is accented with a three-dimensional day/night display adorned with laser-cut stars.
These stars, created with a generous dollop of SuperLumiNova, shine with notable intensity in the evening.
The new Chronoswiss Flying Regulator Night & Day Whiteout.
On the other hand, or wrist in this case, the new Flying Regulator Night & Day Whiteout echoes a daytime scene, specifically a meteorological ‘whiteout’ where the horizon blends with the sky.
Chronoswiss has also crafted an artisanal guilloché dial for this watch, here meant to recall this natural whiteout phenomenon.
As noted, both new watches retain the quite distinctive Chronoswiss regulator dial layout with notably separate hour and seconds rings. The three-dimensional dials within this series show off the ETA-based Chronoswiss caliber C.296 automatic movement via an opening in the small seconds subdial.
Of course, the movement is also visible through the sapphire caseback, a wristwatch feature Chronoswiss pioneered in the 1980s.
Chronoswiss is offering each debut as a limited edition of fifty watches.