Timemaster Chronograph Skeleton

Bracelet strap
Folding buckle
Dial finish
Water resistance
100 m
ø 44 mm
15.3 mm
Self-winding mechanical
Power reserve: 46 h, 28800 variations / hours
Skeleton movement
Hours, Minutes, Seconds, Date, Chronograph
CH 9043 SB bk
Launch date
Price excl. VAT
10’500 CHF

Paying Homage to Transparency
Within the classical part of the collection, Chronoswiss has a long history in creating skeletonized chronographs. The first one called Opus was launched in 1995 and even happened to be the world ́s very first automatic skeletonized chronograph manufactured in a series ever. The principle of transparency can be extended on the brand ́s history of having been the first with sapphire glass back, or - even further – to its communication policy towards the public.
The timepieces within the sportive Timemaster line, however, had never been equipped with a skeletonized dial so far. Until, for the first time ever, a new skeletonized version of a Timemaster chronograph debuted 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.
The Timemaster Chronograph Skeleton is available in black with white Super- LumiNova, allowing for excellent night reading due to the high contrast levels. Attention to detail is also evident on the screw-fastened back of the solid chronograph case, which is adorned by an emblem with an elaborately engraved turbine design. In addition to the characteristic prominent, screw-fastened onion- shape crown, this particular decoration further enhances the sportive character, since it pays homage to the inspiration for the Timemaster models which were pilot watches from the early 1940s.