Chronoswiss will be showing off its bold new Sirius Flying Regulator at Baselworld 2016 with deftly executed raised , or flying, dials.
All of the elevated features of the new Sirius model sit above a dial base that has been intricately guilloched with a specially design pattern and then electroplated in a deep midnight blue for added visual impact.
The main raised dial displays minutes while flying sub dials at the 12 and 6 o’clock positions display hours and seconds respectively.
The effect of the raised dial features is made all the more apparent through the use of slightly domed sapphire crystal
Chronoswiss’ tried and tested manufacture calibre C.122 powers the watch and can be viewed through a sapphire crystal caseback.
Steel, DLC-coated steel and red gold versions will be available with the dial electroplating also available in silver and black.
Colour-matched, contrast-stitched alligator and embossed calfskin leather straps will also be available.