Chronoswiss Lunar Chronograph

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The Lunar Chronograph is a chronograph with moon phase indication by Chronoswiss.

This automatic chronograph is one of the timeless classics from Chronoswiss, where, faithful to the corporate philosophy of the founder Gerd-Rüdiger Lang, everything breathes quality down to the smallest detail. It offers a high-quality, beautifully guilloché dial in 925 sterling silver, in which the moon phase together with the other sub-dials forms a harmonious whole, not to mention the high quality manufactured hands, as in this specific class they are otherwise only known from Breguet watches. The reliable and proven self-winding movement Calibre C.755 (basis ETA 7750) is individually numbered. The watch is available in a number of variants: in stainless steel, steel/gold or gold.


CH 7521, CH 7522, CH 7523


Mechanical with automatic winding, Chronoswiss Calibre C.755 (basis ETA 7750) with chronograph cadrature
28,800 A/h
25 jewels
Power reserve 44 hours
Gilded, skeletonized rotor, perlaged, with Geneva stripes


Yellow gold 18ct / red gold 18ct / stainless steel,
Solid 23-partite case, grinded and polished
D 38 mm, H 15 mm
Onion crown and pushers, massive, in same material as the case
Screwed, cannellated bezel with single-sided antireflective sapphire crystal
Screw-in caseback, sapphire crystal with single-sided anti-glare treatment
Screwed strap lugs with patented System Autobloc
Waterproof to 3 atm (30 m)


925 sterling silver, guilloché, Arabic numerals
Gilded Breguet-Losange hands, chronograph seconds hand in blued steel


Hours, minutes, small seconds, date analog
Moon phase
Chrono: central second, 30 minutes counter, 12 hours counter


Crocodile leather strap with tang-type buckle