Jura-based Aerowatch has enriched its collection with the addition of a new self-winding semi-skeleton chronograph in a numbered edition.
The semi-skeleton chronograph attracts attention with its imposing 42mm case made of stainless steel polished to a satin finish. The pierced black dial reveals the enigmatic and fascinating choreography of the complex chronograph mechanism decorated with matte circular graining.
The luminous hands and hour markers provide excellent legibility even in total darkness. Four subsidiary dials indicate the cumulative minutes (at 12 o’clock) and hours (at 6 o’clock) of the chronograph as well as the seconds (at 9 o’clock) and the date (at 3 o’clock).
The anti-reflection-coated glass and the sapphire-crystal back reveal the orchestrated interaction of the rhodiumed going train wheels framed by chamfered and decorated bridges with blued screws as colorful accents.
The watch represents a bold creativity but remain firmly embedded in the traditions of Swiss artisanal horology as practiced by Aerowatch. The numbered-edition semi-skeleton chronograph is available exclusively through Aerowatch appointed outlets.
Self-winding chronograph 13 ¼ (lignes) Valjoux 7750
25 jewels – 28’800 vibrations per hour
Well-kept semi-skeletonized movement, rhodium-plated, “Côtes de Genève” decors and circular graining,
blued screws, black satined skeletonized rotor with “Shield”
Hour, minute, date at 3 o’clock, small second at 9 o’clock, 30 minutes counter at 12 o’clock,
12 hours counter at 6 o’clock
Steel polished case, satined horns – diameter 42.00mm
Transparent sapphire case back
Skeletonized black matt dial, indexes, hour and minute hands with Super-Luminova C1
Domed sapphire crystal with anti-reflecting coating
Water-resistant to 50 meters
Black leather with customized steel folding clasp