Mar 14th, 2014


The striking model “Grand Opus Chronograph” in the Opus series represented the magical world of mechanics held within its case.

CHIC TIMES with CHRONOSWISSChronoswiss, which is one of the top icons in the watch industry, is well known for their charismatic watches designed for those who know what they want. The Brand, in which sport and classic models merge into complicated functions, evokes a pure design: Grand Opus Chronograph. This fascinating model in the Opus series reveals the exceptional automatic, skeleton, and chronograph mechanics. Cruising to the world of Mechanics Having won the 1996 “Best Watch” by the Airmbanduhren readers for its distinctive design, the Grand Opus Chronograph reflects the perfectionist’s appearance and mechanical beauty. It stands out with its mystic vivid black colour, which was created with an innovative DLC technique (Diamonds like carbon). This technique uses the content of carbon molecules in raw material of diamonds, bringing an enchanted beauty into the transparent skeleton model. With the opening of its purposefully crafted case you are invoked upon an adventure into an innovative world of the flawless mechanized splendor. Power and aesthetics combined In the world of registered trademarks the Chronoswiss’ Dianoir technique, which is fashioned distinctly from the any other mercantile function not only makes it dominant, it even reinforces its proficiency of superior quality. With the Grand Opus Chronograph several features stand out; its solid stainless steel 38-part case, the 38mm watch diameter and 15mm leather strap, the 30-minute counter, the 12-hour counter analog date window coated with luminous super-LumiNova, and the red lacquered dial and metal hands, all bring into subjection the essence of chronology. While simultaneously sending forth a communiqué to connoisseurs who can appreciate the Opus Chronograph, it is a timepiece that is determined to cultivate aesthetics and elegance in its purist form, even to the minutia of time itself.


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