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Hands-On Chronoswiss Flying Regulator (CH-1243.3-BLBL) ReviewChronoswiss RegulateurBefore I begin with review of the Chronoswiss Flying Regulator, i want to offer you a brief history unaccompanied experience like a Chronoswiss Regulateur owner. It should have been established Christmas 2000, as i got my own Chronoswiss Regulateur. Regulateur, not Regulator. Sometime, Chronoswiss changed the wording.1987The Chronoswiss Regulateur model that I have over Fifteen years, is reference CH1223. There was only 1 different reference prior to this one, which was a hand-wound watch (reference CH6322). The very first Chronoswiss Regulateur was made by Gerd R. Lang (founding father of Chronoswiss) in 1987, and had this Unitas based movement, become a regulator watch. Hour, minute and seconds would not restrict one another, for perfect time reading. Many years later, early 1990s, Chronoswiss made a decision to use an automatic movement of their Regulateur watch. Gerd R Lang sourced numerous Enicar caliber 165 movements and reworked them. This movement became Chronoswiss caliber 122.Caliber 122Road To your Flying RegulatorThe reference CH1223 I have is a good watch. It is 38mm and wears nicely for the wrist. panerai watch replica They have these typical Chronoswiss features, like a knurled bezel, onion crown, silvered dial and blued hands. At the time, many Chronoswiss looked similar, much like the skeletonized Opus, Lunar Chronograph, Lunar Triple Date and many others. Chronoswiss never was an exceptionally well-known and massive brand, on the other hand doubt that will be the intention by Gerd R Lang. The massive and luminous Timemaster model did change which a bit, because it put Chronoswiss using a bigger horological map.SiriusThe game changed i think with the Sirius within my observation. This season, Chronoswiss introduced the Sirius, using caliber 111 (Enicar based) and took a new direction using this type of watch. Next year, the Chronoswiss company was bought by Oliver Ebstein, now CEO of Chronoswiss. Today, the Chronoswiss collection contains two major families. The sporty Timemaster collection and the classic Sirius collection. Two former Chronoswiss models was crowned the leading names for the collection(s).Sirius RegulatorYou can understand it as 'serious regulator', having said that i do not think it was intended doing this. watches The Regulateur and Regulator replica watches never left the product and have been easily obtainable in many variations in the meanwhile, including models that has a tourbillon movement and enamel dials. I've been following Chronoswiss just like I will, and the Regulator always remained to be my favorite watch from them. I should admit I hardly wear mine anymore, having said that i do cherish it. You need to don it often, however, these days you will discover hardly many formal occasions I require a costume watch for.Without further ado, let's look at the Chronoswiss Flying Regulator.Chronoswiss Flying RegulatorWhen Chronoswiss demonstrated their Flying Regulator in Basel ever before, that it was tough to temper my enthusiasm. I have done a write-up upon it here, but will also couldn't wait to use the Chronoswiss Flying Regulator for me for any little while. I corresponded a tad with Chronoswiss HQ and so they sent me a watch for just a proper hands-on review and photoshoot. Allow me to ruin the fun for you personally, by telling that Chronoswiss Flying Regulator didn't disappoint.PositioningThe Chronoswiss Flying Regulator isn't a cheap watch, but they still give you a 'normal' Regulator likewise. The Regulator Classic looks more such as the original Regulateur i always have (pictured above), but with a smooth bezel plus a different movement (not depending on the Enicar). The Flying Regulator may be the luxus version, that has a eye-catching dial which utilizes multiple layers. Then there's a Sirius Regulateur Manufacture likewise, with caliber 122 movement and guilloche dial, that is positioned between the Classic and Flying Regulator. Then, there's a Flying Regulator Jumping Hour. The Chronoswiss Flying Regulator and Flying Regulator Jumping Hour include the cream of the crop in terms of the regulator models.Super SizeJust like super sizing your Big Mac menu at McDonalds, your meal is small. Or, better said, merely a tad bit bigger than the initial Big Mac menu. You have to the Chronoswiss Flying Regulator. It comes with a dimension of 40mm, which can be larger than the 38mm version We've within my personal collection, but nevertheless very modest. I enjoy 40mm, while I've fairly big wrists. Essentially within the picture above, it can be bigger the previous Regulateur, as long as you peer carefully. The crown has become truly super sized. It's bigger as opposed to old one, but nonetheless using that typical onion shape.PuristI am a bit of a watch purist. I enjoy in good working order designs, for this reason I am a fan of replica watches that make it as near on the 'original' as is possible (AP Royal Oak 15202, PP Nautilus 5711, Speedmaster Pro 311., IWC's Ingenieur 3239 and the like). This Chronoswiss Flying Regulator is clearly not jojo watches , which consists of layered and relatively busy dial. However i adore it. The dial on the Chronoswiss Fyling Regulator has bridges that carry the dials, like rings that happen to be floating. The massive minute scale and the smaller hour and seconds scales and also the lower main dial with guilloche finish are giving a good 3D effect. The bridges are nicely done, using two screws each. The 3 hands have 'pipes' which are quite large, but correspond nicely together with the bridges. What didn't change, could be the printing about the dial with regards to the scales as well as the wording.That DialSomehow, the Chronoswiss Flying Regulator is a watch that kept back coming onto my wrist. While I still consider that it is a dress watch, the dial is simply so playful yet stylish and complex, which it has to be worn. Discover utilized to reading time from the regulator dial, you will be twice as a way to get it done quickly, but you'll get easily accustomed to it. Both your hands have this nice Poire Stuart shape, including the original CH1223, and so are rhodinized. Once hand is slightly bent manually (you may have to learn that sentence twice).Caliber 122 MovementTo will, Some be aware of that this Regulator classic had a different movement than the caliber 122. However, the Regulateur Manufacture (additionally, they it is known as the Regulator Manufacture, therefore i guess some updating should be done internally) this also Flying Regulator both have the caliber 122 movement inside. This is a great movement, I can tell from my +15 years exposure to one, that it performs well and is also nice on the eyes also. This watch deserves a display back.ChatonThe movement features a nice perlage finish plus some Côte de Geneve. My old Regulateur (I keep writing it because of this, which is within the dial) has a gold colored (gilt) rotor, usually the one on the current caliber 122 seems to be rhodinized likewise. The brand new caliber boasts one jewel more (30 in whole) than mine. The jewels are placed in chatons, that you don't come across usually right now.EnicarThe movement during my personal watch is dependant on the Enicar 165, Gerd R Lang did a reconstruction in order that it displays the times of day, minutes and seconds differently. If I am not mistaken, an original Enicar caliber 165 a centralized seconds hands (and minutes and hours even). The present caliber 122 is still based upon this movement. The movement is heavily modified for its regulator set-up, and Chronoswiss is the only company who uses the Enicar 165 being a base movement today, for this reason they think of it as 'manufacture'. Some ThoughtsPerhaps you find me overly excited about this watch as well as a bit forgiving on a few points, on the other hand find it a refreshing edition of an classic in truth. Something many brands are neglecting to establish some times. Chronoswiss took the classic Regulator (or Regulateur) as a kick off point and made a decision to help it become come more alive then a few of the other models.BackboneMaking it '3D', using a guilloche dial and utilizing the main caliber 122 makes it a great tribute to their own personal classic. Perhaps they don't view the Regulator like a backbone of their collections, but honestly, I truly do. The Regulateur was the very first Chronoswiss (established in 1983) with that typical look, and they respect it with this new Regulator edition.Daily CompanionThis watch is usually a daily companion, specifically people that don't care for a date and require something more unusual. Perhaps something more important with the Rolex, Omega, IWC, Cartier, Breitling (fill in all of those other best brands) replica watches out there. No problem with those, even so the refined Chronoswiss Flying Regulator is one area different. Perhaps modern-day a well. It is just a handsome watch that gave us a large amount of positive comments from (watch) people.PricingThere are some variations available on this Chronoswiss Flying Regulator. This watch won't only contain a fast dial, also there is a silver dial. Fundamental essentials stainless steel models and also a market price of CHF 6810 Swiss Francs. A black dial can be found in the models using a black case, they've got 2 of these and retail for CHF 7350 Swiss Francs. Another black dial (and silver) dial come in a red gold case. These gold versions retail for CHF 16.100 Swiss Francs. The Regulator Classic retails for CHF 3780 Swiss Francs, but doesn't have the caliber 122 movement.More info via Chronoswiss online. A few more images below in the gallery. Caliber 122