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Review: Chronoswiss - Timemaster

The Timemaster is not a watch for fence sitters.

One either adores its imposing design, or feels utterly confused, wondering how the incongruous pair-up of an onion-shaped crown and hefty case could co-exist. But there is not escaping the unabashed presence of the watch, and for those who like their wrist statements loud, the Timemaster gladly obliges. This version exudes a manly, industrial-style vibe with a stainless steel case and anthracite dial. The rugged exterior is complemented by a finely finished automatic movement – a nod to Chronoswiss’ classically attuned foundation.


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