The Chronoswiss Space Timer Jupiter is one of the most complicated timepieces in the company history. Limited to 50 pieces worldwide the moon phase indicating Space Timer marks the beginning of a journey far beyond the boundaries of our known watchmaking galaxy.
Once again Chronoswiss has redefined the rules of watchmaking by starting a journey into the unknow depths of space. The 3D nano-printed dial reflects the surface of the gas planet Jupiter while a titan moon indicates the moon phase. The stunning regulator setup is illuminated by Super-LumiNova and high-end materials such as ITR-2 are used to create the unique 3-dimensional set-up of the Space Timer.
Screw-down case back with satin finish and sapphire crystal
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Partly polished, partly with vertical satin finish, onion crown
Polished screw-down bezel with full thread and side knurling with curved, double coated anti-reflective sapphire crystal
Caliber C. 295, automatic
4 Hz (28.800 A/h)
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63-part construction. Lasered dial with nanoprint finish, skeletonized train wheel bridges - angeled & polished edges, vertical satinated, sandblasted galvanic black. Partly skeletonized indication for hour and date made from transparent ITR2; massive cylinders of Super-LumiNova- / cermamic mix as minute indicator. Stainless steel balls (0,6mm) as Date indicator mounted in ITR2. Thermally colored titanium hemisphere with Superluminova as moon/star indicators.
Off-center hours at 12:00 with "Open Gear" mechanism, central minute and central second.