Chronoswiss reveals Sirius Triple Date

First published: 25-10-2010

Watchmaker Chronoswiss has unveiled a new timepiece which goes for a simple design, yet packing in plenty of features.

Called the Sirius Triple Date, the watch looks to honour the brightest star which can be seen in the sky, Watch Luxus has reported.

Looking at the face of this timepiece reveals a wealth of elements which will appeal to watch fans hoping to find a product offering more than just telling the current time.

This is because there are two windows below the 12 o'clock position which calculates the current day and month, with a mini-dial around the six o'clock location showing the date, as well as the moon phase being applied as an added touch by Chronoswiss, a name which was first etched into the watchmaking industry in 1984.

However, these are all designed in a style which does not overload this part of the watch, in which the website noted: "The Sirius Triple Date is characterised by timeless, elegant design, proving that sometimes less is indeed more."
 

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