In the jumping hour variant of Chronoswiss Sirius Flying Regulator watch, the hours are not displayed as with the "classic" Regulator by sub-dials, but are presented digitally in a window, making it look like the date at first sight. Chronoswiss dedicated a limited Regulator model to this particularly clever complication some years ago on the occasion of the brand's 30th anniversary. And the Regulator Jumping Hour has secured itself a permanent position in the classic collection ever since. From 2016 Chronoswiss has gone a step further for this model, too, and launched a 3D version: the Flying Regulator Jumping Hour, with a seemingly “flying” dial construction. Above the watch dials with their characteristic guilloche pattern, the sub-dials rise for the minute hand and the seconds hand, artistically designed on a plinth. The arched glass offers a particularly good experience of this three-dimensionality.
Only adding to the beauty of one of the most elegant Regulator models ever, the new dial in stunning galvanic grey really suits the Flying Regulator Jumping Hour. By the special colouring, the iconic guilloche design becomes even more fascinating.
Model: Sirius Flying Regulator Jumping Hour
Reference: CH-8323-GRGR Stainless steel, dial galvanic grey
Digital jumping hour at 12:00, off-centre minute, small seconds at 6:00
Solid 28-piece, red gold or stainless steel case, with satin finish and polished, bezel with partial knurling and curved, non-reflecting sapphire crystal, screw-down case back with satin finish and sapphire crystal, onion crown, water resistance up to 3 bar, strap holders screwed down with patented Autobloc system
Dimensions Ø 40 mm, height 12 mm
Chronoswiss caliber C.283, automatic
Diameter Ø 30 mm (approx. 13´´´)
Height 5.35 mm
Balance: Glucydur, three-legged
Balance spring: Anachron
Fine adjustment: Via eccentric cam
Shock protection: Incabloc
Frequency: 4 Hz., 28,800 A/h (semi-oscillations)
Power reserve: Approx. 42 hours
Finish: Skeletonised rotor, galvanised in grey, ball bearing mounted; circulargrained plate with spiral stripes; circular-grained bridges; polished lever, escape wheel and screws
Signature Guilloche base with “flying” sub-dial floating above screwed plinths, galvanised in grey
Watch hands: Feuille shape; curved, rhodium-plated and diamond cut
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