Chronoking Mecaquartz Salmon
Chronoking Mecaquartz Salmon
Chronoking Mecaquartz Salmon
Chronoking Mecaquartz Salmon
Chronoking Mecaquartz Salmon
Chronoking Mecaquartz Salmon
Chronoking Mecaquartz Salmon
Chronoking Mecaquartz Salmon
Chronoking Mecaquartz Salmon
Chronoking Mecaquartz Salmon
Chronoking Mecaquartz Salmon
Chronoking Mecaquartz Salmon
Chronoking Mecaquartz Salmon
Chronoking Mecaquartz Salmon
Chronoking Mecaquartz Salmon
Chronoking Mecaquartz Salmon
Chronoking Mecaquartz Salmon
Chronoking Mecaquartz Salmon
Chronoking Mecaquartz Salmon
Chronoking Mecaquartz Salmon
Chronoking Mecaquartz Salmon
Chronoking Mecaquartz Salmon
Chronoking Mecaquartz Salmon
Chronoking Mecaquartz Salmon
Chronoking Mecaquartz Salmon
Chronoking Mecaquartz Salmon
Chronoking Mecaquartz Salmon
Chronoking Mecaquartz Salmon
Chronoking Mecaquartz Salmon

Chronoking Mecaquartz Salmon

87043Q10

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Size : 38mm
Movement : TMI VK63A
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Never have the 70s been so hip – the colors, the materials, the design... Vintage chronographs are surfing on the trend and have never been so popular. They’re bouncing back big time, much to the delight of collectors and those nostalgic not only for disco.

For this reissue, Nivada Grenchen worked on a new version of its fabled Chronomaster, inspired by a vintage Chronoking dial straight out of those wild and wonderful seventies. Originally sporting «Paul Newman»-style sub-dials, it was on a tonneau case housing a Valjoux 72 movement and behind this very special dial, a very special name: Jean Singer, a leading Swiss dial maker based in La Chaux-de-Fonds and highly regarded for producing some of the most iconic and collectible exotic dials the watchmaking world ever had and has to offer. Dials such as the striking Speedmaster Racing, the punchy Heuer Skipper or Universal’s intensely blue Nina were all made by the one and only Jean Singer.

This new version of the Nivada Chronoking is flamboyantly 70s, setting all the codes of this global success on fire. Tan sub-dials – with the telltale art deco-style “Newman” typography – that light up the salmon dial, the minute track a white gradient; the combination creates an unusual sense of depth.

The Nivada Chronoking, assembled in Switzerland, houses the tried and trusted TMI VK63A mecaquartz movement. Press the stopwatch pusher and watch the chronograph hand sweep over the dial with that same smoothness we love in a mechanical watch. The mecaquartz movement combines the precision of quartz with the feel of a self-winding mechanical movement, the best of old-school and avant-garde. The quartz module keeps the time, while the mechanical assembly keeps the chronograph running smoothly. That’s why they are often referred to as hybrid movements.

Diameter38mm 
Thickness 12.95mm
Case Material316L Stainless Steel 
Case FinishPolished & Brushed
Case back316L Steel Silver Color Caseback
DialSalmon Sunray Dial, White Luminous Applied Indexes, Black Thick Printed Logo
MovementTMI VK63 mecaquartz
GlassDouble domed Sapphire Glass
Lug to lug46,5mm
Water Resistance10ATM

 

 

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The Pop Years !

This new version of the Nivada Chronoking is flamboyantly 70s, setting all the codes of this global success on fire. Tan sub-dials – with the telltale art deco-style “Newman” typography – that light up the salmon dial, the minute track an white gradient; the combination creates an unusual sense of depth.

Quartz precision, mechanical soul

Assembled in Switzerland, the Nivada Chronoking features the tried and true Time Module TMI VK63A mecaquartz movement. Blending quartz accuracy and reliability with mechanical beauty and charm, this movement offers three years of freedom from winding. The chronograph hand moves smoothly, echoing the valued mechanics of traditional watches.

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