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Gerd-Rüdiger Lang, founder of Chronoswiss (click to enlarge!)
Gerd-Rüdiger Lang, founder of Chronoswiss

Chronoswiss Régulateur (click to enlarge!)
Chronoswiss Régulateur
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Chronoswiss is a Swiss (formerly German) watch manufacturer in operation since 1984.


In 1982 the watchmaker Gerd-Rüdiger Lang founded this company in Munich. Chronoswiss is specialized on mechanical wristwatches with Swiss quality movements by ETA as well as on the basis of old calibre stocks by Enicar and Marvin. Also two own calibres are made. Since 1988 all cases come from in-house production. A particular success was the „Régulateur“, a wristwatch with regulator dial based on the model of precision pendulum clocks. A pocket watch “Regulateur” with a Minerva calibre was also made. Chronoswiss now exports to over 40 countries worldwide. Each year about 7,000 watches are sold in about 500 stores worldwide - in Paris, London, New York and Tokyo.

At the beginning of 2012 Chronoswiss was sold to a Swiss entrepreneur family, with Oliver Ebstein taking over as CEO. Chronoswiss moved to its new headquarters in Lucerne, Switzerland in 2014.


Current Models


Chronoswiss AG
Löwenstrasse 16a
CH-6004 Luzern
Tel +41 (0) 41 552 21 00
Fax +41 (0) 41 552 21 09

Chronoswiss GmbH
Menzinger Str. 37
DE-80638 München
Tel +49 (0) 89 1787 665 0
Fax +49 (0) 89 1787 665 15


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