Chronoswiss, a name synonymous with fine, independent watchmaking, this year will once again join WatchTime New York. The 2023 edition of the collector’s event will take place from October 20 to 22 at Gotham Hall in Manhattan, with availability including hands-on presentations from more than 30 incredible brands. surprises, industry-leading workshops and incredible conversations about watchmaking. Chronoswiss will highlight its new Delphis Paraiba, a mesmerizing color-changing timepiece that pushes the boundaries of artistic innovation and technical precision.

Protected through a sturdy 17-piece steel case, the 42mm x 14.5mm case is designed in the familiar Chronoswiss style. Following this trend, the aesthetic includes a large onion-style crown, side grooves, straight lugs, and polished finishes throughout. Water-resistant to 100m and attached to the wrist via a rubber strap, this watch has the versatility to suit a sporty, active lifestyle to ensure it is a watch worth watching. to use. daily.

Familiar case aside, the clear attraction of the new Chronoswiss lies in its dial. Crafted with the absolute precision and attention to detail that fans of the brand have come to expect from it, the dial features a three-dimensional structure that is both hand-guilloched and uses a color-changing CVD coating. sharp. This special coating and its changing colors are reminiscent of the rare Brazilian gemstone that gives this watch its name, with an aesthetic designed to transport the viewer “from deep in the jungle to the Sea The Caribbean was clear immediately.” The slightly curved surface of the dial adds to this feeling, while the brand’s signature retrograde time display and accompanying ceramic indices again add to the watch’s distinct appeal.

Powering the Delphis Paraiba is the C. 6004 movement produced by Chronoswiss. The 37-jewel automatic mechanism, with a power reserve of 55 hours, exhibits Cote de Geneve finishing and includes a rotor made from tungsten, with each ruthenium face darkly plated. grey. This movement not only maintains the horological precision of the model but also enhances the overall sophistication of the Delphis Paraiba, which can be seen throughout its entire finishing process via an exhibition caseback. in sapphire.

The new Chronoswiss Delphis Paraiba is priced at 17,400 euros, or about $18,300 at the time of writing. The watch is limited to just 50 pieces, one of which will be available at WatchTime New York 2023, now just a few weeks away.

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