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Have you found a model of the Chronoswiss Kairos
in our online store and would like to claim it as your own? That's great! Then you should put the model you desire in the shopping cart as soon as possible, so that no one has the chance to beat you to it. Afterwards, you can take your time to decide on the right payment option for you. Simply choose from payment via credit card, PayPal or bank transfer. Alternatively, you may also opt for a financing plan for your new Chronoswiss Kairos
, which allows you to pay the purchase price over a longer period of time in small instalments, but will receive your watch in the near future. Once the ordering process is complete, your Kairos by Chronoswiss
will be shipped to its new home by means of insured shipping.
Visual and technical features
Chronoswiss is not alone in its field as a specialist for mechanical expertise, but clearly knows how to compete and stand out from the crowd. This is certainly the case with the Kairos from Chronoswiss
. Inspired by 19th century classic watchmaking, the collection employs all the means of what was formerly commonplace, yet is now rare artistry and, thanks to its features, effortlessly combines them to meet modern demands for functionality, aesthetics and prestige
It is possible to find Chronoswiss Kairos chronographs
with a somewhat unusual, yet harmonious arrangement of totalizers on the dial, or as classic three-hand models
. Beyond the common chronograph arrangement (depending on the model), the hour and minute dials are positioned at 3 o'clock with a small seconds complication at 9 o'clock. The chronograph totalizers are slightly smaller and located at 6 and 12 o'clock.
Mechanical hand-wound or automatic movements
power these complex timepieces and can even be viewed on select models through a sapphire crystal case back. The cases are refined in the brand's signature style and are adorned with the characteristic onion crown
. Finally, its look is rounded out with fine leather straps, blued Breguet hands and guilloché dials. However, Chronoswiss wouldn't be Chronoswiss if they didn't have a few unusual pieces with entirely skeletonized dials and equally ornate calibres in their product range. No matter the case, the Kairos is always a noble eye-catcher!
Notable models of the Chronoswiss Kairos and their prices
In order to provide a more detailed impression of the references in the Chronoswiss Kairos
collection as well as their prices
, we'd like to feature a few select pre-owned models.
- The Chronoswiss Kairos (Ref. CH2823) marks our beginning with a classic three-hand model featuring a date window at the 6 o'clock position. With its 34 mm case made of stainless steel, a guilloché dial, Arabic hour markers, crystal case back, automatic movement and the signature onion crown, this model remains true to its origins. This model's main highlight is undoubtedly the red leather strap, which instantly attracts one's attention. This used Chronoswiss Kairos watch can be found starting from about €1,500.
- With the Kairos (Ref. CH2022K), women can also find a timepiece from this collection as well. A 30 mm stainless steel and yellow gold case holds an accurate automatic movement that drives the watch's hour, minute and second hands, as well as a date complication at 6 o'clock. Featuring a silver guilloché dial, Breguet hands and leather strap, this Chronoswiss Kairos women's watch is an ideal wristwatch for everyday use.
- The Chronoswiss Kairos Chronograph (Ref. CH7522K) stands out with its classic elegance. This 1997 model features a 38 mm case made of steel and yellow gold, a silver dial with four totalizers, crystal case back and an elegant leather strap that completes the timepiece's overall look. A pre-owned model such as this one is available for as little as €2,650.
- The Kairos CH2823K is a rather classic watch with its 38 mm diameter stainless steel case, black leather strap, silver dial, Arabic indices and date window at 6 o'clock. As a result, this pre-owned Chronoswiss Kairos is an elegant timepiece that looks as superb with a suit as casual attire. This timepiece is available for a second-hand price of around €1,500.
- Would you prefer a touch of the typical extravagance from Chronoswiss? What about a Chronoswiss Kairos watch made of gold? The Kairos (Ref. CH2324) features a 38 mm case made of gold-plated stainless steel and contains an accurate manual winding that drives the hands over a skeletonized, gold-plated dial. This watch model is rounded out by a chronograph and comfortable leather strap and the price of a used model from this elaborate reference is comparatively affordable. This Chronoswiss Kairos can be found online starting at around €3,800.
Other collections by Chronoswiss
- The Lunar collection boasts the addition of a moon phase complication on its dial. As a result, this series seems to cast a magical spell on its beholders and provides its owners with additional, practical features such as a chronograph and calendar with an analogue date.
- Purchase an absolutely practical timepiece in the style of a chronometer or deck watch (German: Beobachtungsuhr) with a Timemaster. The Timemaster achieves these characteristics thanks to its signature large onion crown, black dial, large luminous hands, date window at 6 o'clock and a combination of Arabic and dash hour markers. This is simply a wonderfully uncompromising collection.
- The Pacific is surprisingly different. The current versions of the Pacific series feature a tidy design, line indices, sleek hands and at most one date window. While earlier models from this collection may also feature other complications, the Pacific still manages to appear significantly more straightforward than other collections from Chronoswiss.
- The technical craftsmanship and timeless elegance of the Regulateur make it a refreshing change in terms of displaying the time. With separate dials each featuring one hand for the hour, second and minute, this timepiece depicts the harmonious interaction of time. This is a watch which was not only designed with technocrats in mind.