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Chronoswiss Balance Chronograph Watch Hands-On

One of my favorite non-sport watches from Chronoswiss for 2011 was this Balance Chronograph - I like to just call it the Balance. The source of the name? I think it stems from the fact that the dial is very symmetrical (and thus balanced). A quality that I highly value.

Chronoswiss Artist Régulateur Jumping Hour Watch

While regulator watches used to be something of a rarity, we are now seeing more of them appear. These are the watches based on clocks watchmakers used in the past, with a rather prominent minute hand that was easily seen, allowing the watchmaker to regulate whatever was on their workbench against

Chronoswiss Sirius Flying Regulator Watch

The regulator is one of the things that hails back to the start of watch making, alongside historical items like pocket watches. It's nothing new that mechanical watches can be seen as something of an anachronism these days, but a big part of the reason they remain so successful is the "soul"

Chronoswiss Timemaster Chrono GMT Limited Edition Watch

Chronoswiss is likely a brand that doesn't need much introduction, even though we don't hear much about them.  I've reviewed some of their collection in the past, and they are well thought out pieces with impeccable construction and high-quality materials.  Their latest model, a special edition to commemorate a trans-global

Chronoswiss Pacific Watches Hands-on

In late 2010 Chronoswiss announced a new collection of watches called the Pacific. The family stylistically was a very different animal for the brand, and was seen as a unique attempt to capture the vintage watch loving market, from a brand already known for their vintage style watches. The result

Only Watch 2013 Auction Winners & Losers

Yesterday in Monaco, the Only Watch 2013 auction was held and the results are in. The event is meant to raise money for a medical charity, to which 100% of the proceeds go. Each of the watches submitted are totally unique and donated by the participating brands. People get very