Chronoswiss Sirius Flying Grand Regulator Skeleton

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The first of the Flying Grand Regulators were released in 2016, and following the success of these pieces Chronoswiss released new, skeletonized versions of the watch earlier this year. At 44 mm in a steel case, with long, straight lugs, an onion crown, and knurled edges on the bezel, the watch sits prominently on the wrist showcasing the brand’s labors. The movement, visible through both the front and caseback of this skeletonized timepiece, is the hand-wound Chronoswiss Caliber C. 677S, capable of a 40-hour power reserve and featuring a hand-crafted Glucydur balance.

The watch is currently available in a blue dial with rhodium-plated accents, or a gray dial with rhodium-plated and maroon accents — both of which come on Louisiana alligator leather “hornback” straps with a clasp bracelet.

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