Chronoswiss is celebrating thr 20th anniversary of their first regulator tourbillon with a vibrant new special edition timepiece. The new Chronoswiss Open Gear Tourbillon dons ten different shades of blue in a magnificent manner, making it a perfect celebratory watch. For the case, Chronoswiss went with stainless steel construction that has an electric blue CVD coating. The other blue elements of the watch includes just about everything aside from the internals– even the exposed bridge has a blue hue. Right at six o’clock is where you can view the flying tourbillon, which stands apart from the blue tones of the watch allowing it to be the true star of the watch’s face. To get more specific, the movement employed for the Open Gear Tourbillon is the manual winding Caliber C303 which has a power reserve of about 60 hours. Chronoswiss is creating just 15 examples of this timepiece, so if you’re interested, you ought to click the button below to visit Chronoswiss.com to learn more and contact them.
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