Chronoswiss Open Gear Resec

Limited edition of 50 pieces

Reference #: CH-6926-BLGO

9,900 USD
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Chronoswiss goes really ALL BLUE with the Open Gear Resec

The name – Open Gear Resec

The original name of this timepiece was the Flying Grand Regulator Open Gear ReSec but to be more concise Chronoswiss has chosen to rename it the Open Gear ReSec (for Retrograde Seconds).

Open Gear Resec Electric Blue

Regulators are what Chronoswiss is known for and have been for over 30 years. However, this is the first time in history that Chronoswiss unveils a regulator timepiece in a 44mm case with an automatic movement. The case is in stainless steel with a blue PVD coating, with a blue guilloché dial, and a hand-stitched blue alligator strap with, you guessed it, a blue folding buckle. The retrograde second is placed at 6 o’clock, its hand moving to the 30-second mark before jumping back to zero. The Chronoswiss Open Gear Resec is powered by a Chronoswiss caliber C. 301 with a power reserve of 42 hours.

It is a bold striking timepiece limited to only 50 pieces.

Chronoswiss Open Gear Resec, blue case, blue dial, blue strap


The Basics





  • Hours
  • Minutes
  • Retrograde Seconds
  • Regulator

Special Features

  • Water resistance 100m/10 bar

The Brand


Based in Lucerne, Switzerland, Chronoswiss was founded by German watchmaker Gerd-Rüdiger Lang in 1982, at a time when everyone was moving towards quartz timepieces. Not deterred, Lang decided to set up his own company making exceptional mechanical timepieces for a number of discerning clients. Now retired, Lang sold his company to entrepreneurs Oliver and Eva Ebstein in 2012. This husband and wife team have continued to build the brand with a number of exquisite timepieces, of which the regulator is their most iconic piece