Completely New Insights at ChronoswissBASELWORLD 2014: The Timemaster Chronograph Skeleton
After long having been covered, it’s finally come out –the dial, that is. For the first time ever, a skeletonized version of this sporty chronograph debuts within the Chronoswiss collection at Baselworld 2014, allowing an unencumbered view into the ticking heart of the watch – a fascinating chance to see inside the filigreed, decorated movement.
This striking timepiece comes in a stainless steel case with a DLC-coated bezel, lending it not only dynamic visuals, but also robust character. DLC (“diamond-like carbon”) is extremely hard and thus defends against scratching. The bezel also features a five-minute scale boasting Super-LumiNova inlays. In addition to the chronograph function, the date is displayed within a subdial positioned at 3 o’clock.
Light and shade: the Timemaster Chronograph Skeleton is available in two dial variations: mysterious black or extravagantly elegant galvanic matte silver– each unique in its own right. The white Super-LumiNova is clearly visible on the black version, allowing for excellent night reading due to the high contrast levels. The matte silver is beautifully complemented by luminous coating on the hands, dial and bezel, creating stunning turquoise blue accents. No matter where your personal preference lies, the Timemaster Chronograph Skeleton allows for fascinating insights.