With the new Timemaster GMT, Chronoswiss introduces the latest addition to its sports line that harmoniously combines the practical feature of a second time zone with a robust exterior.
In the past few years, the Timemaster line has seen some significant changes and all models have been adapted to conform to the new design. In 2015 Chronoswiss takes the next step with its Timemaster GMT: For the first time in the company’s history, a new material is being used – carbon celebrates its premiere on the lavish dial, which is composed of several layers. The high-quality composition in smooth anthracite gives the durable sports watch a “face” with three-dimensional depth -you can clearly make out individual filaments – and emphasizes the overall sporty feel.
The design’s color scheme is heavily made up of highlights in “racing yellow”, a highly dynamic colour. With its Super-LumiNova coating, the GMT hand even glows in the dark. Depending on the design, “racing yellow” produces a striking contrast to the anthracite of the carbon dial or a galvanic blue sheet with fine sunburst finish. Just like all Timemasters, the new model with GMT feature is available either with a pure stainless steel case or with DLC coating.
Perfectly connecting the striking case of this ticking cosmopolitan is a band made of fine stainless steel, sporty rubber, or a new textile material, which has a similar structure to carbon.
Model: Timemaster GMT
CH-2533: Stainless steel, carbon dial
CH-2535: Stainless steel with DLC-coating, carbon dial
CH-2563: Stainless steel, galvanic blue dial
Central hours, minutes and seconds, and second time zone (via GMT hand), digital date at 6:00
Solid case in stainless steel or stainless steel with DLC-coating
Bezel with satin finish or polished, featuring a 5-minutes-scale and antireflective sapphire crystal Screw-down case back with full thread and embossing
Screw-in onion-style crown; screw-in lugs with patented Autobloc System
Water-resistant to 10 atm
Measurements: Ø 44 mm, height 13, 90 mm
Chronoswiss Caliber C.289
Diameter: Ø 25, 60 mm
Height: 4, 10 mm
Balance: Glucydur, three-legged
Balance spring: Anachron
Fine adjustment: Via excenter cam
Shock protection: Incabloc
Frequency: 4 Hz., 28,800 vph (semi-oscillations)
Power reserve: Approx. 42 hours
Special features: Skeletonized rotor with Côtes de Genève, ball bearings, polished pallet lever and escape wheel; bridges and plates with perlage
Metal dial, carbon or galvanic blue with sunburst pattern; ring with satin finish featuring second time zone (24-hours-scale)
Metal hands coated or inlaid with Super-LumiNova, shape Modern style
Rubber, textile or stainless steel bracelet