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A chronograph is a type of clock or watch that functions as both a stopwatch and a display watch. A basic chronograph features an independent sweep second hand and a minute sub-dial, and it may be started, stopped, and reset by pressing down on the stem repeatedly. More complicated chronographs feature many sub-dials that measure seconds, minutes, hours, and even tenths of a second. Furthermore, many modern chronographs include movable bezels as tachymeters for quick speed and distance computations.A chronograph is a device that can be used to measure the passage of time in split seconds, seconds, or minutes. In addition, some chronographs have secondary dials or openings that are superimposed on the face of the device to show the day, month, year, and phases of the moon.
A chronograph is different from a traditional watch in that it can be used for more than just measuring mean time. The stopwatch, which is often used in athletic events, is one type of chronograph. Another example is an instrument used in planes to track elapsed flight time. This is performed by the pilot pressing a button to start the chronograph when the plane takes flight. The instrument is stopped when the button is pressed again after landing. On the dial, the actual elapsed time is displayed in hours, minutes, and split seconds.
Conquest Chronograph by Longines
This chronograph watch from the athletic Conquest line of the Swiss watchmaker can measure up to 1/100th of a second. This demonstrates Longines' technical ability to provide watches that are reliable for keeping accurate time throughout important sporting events. The French Open (Roland-Garros), a tennis Grand Slam competition, for which Longines has served as the official timekeeper since 2007, was the reason for the creation of this 41mm stainless steel watch.
The Tissot Seastar 1000 Chronograph is a tough watch to wear when deep-sea exploring thanks to its unidirectional aluminium bezel, rubber strap with a safety buckle, and luminescent hands and hour markers. The watch has a 45.5mm steel frame with a wonderfully readable face and sword-shaped timekeeping hands for a classy yet sporty appearance.
Indian Scout Edition Baume & Mercier Clifton
This watch is one of three 2018 innovations from the updated Clifton Club line that furthers Baume & Mercier's motor-racing ideas. The series draws specifically from the Indian Scout, one of the high-end two-wheelers produced by the American motorcycle manufacturer Indian Motorcycle.
Aviator 8 Breitling Curtiss Warhawk
This Breitling chronograph is a tribute to renowned fighter aircraft builder Curtiss-Wright and its P-40 Warhawk model. It represents all the watchmaker stands for. Breitling, who is arguably the watch company most closely associated with the aviation industry, has made sure that the Aviator 8 Curtiss Warhawk will easily appeal to the "aerophile" in you. This watch has a COSC-approved Breitling calibre 13, which beats at 28,800 vph and has a commendable 42-hour power reserve. The readouts for the chronograph and tiny seconds are displayed on three separate sub-dials, and they perfectly balance the main dial.
Bremont introduced their ALT1-P2 JET in 2020, making them a classic aviation-inspired brand. It is driven by the dependable and long-lasting BE-53AE automatic calibre, which is based on the ETA 7753 and has undergone extensive Bremont modification to meet contemporary standards of accuracy and precision. The watch is a perfect example of the British watchmaker's ability to create the best pilot timepieces. The movement has a skeletonized rotor and is visible through a smokey sapphire transparent caseback. It has a minimum power reserve of 42 hours when fully wound and beats at a frequency of 28,800 vph.
Admiral's Cup Legend 42 Chronograph from Corum
This 42mm steel Admiral's Cup Legend watch has a blue leather strap and a blue dial with hour markings that vividly display the collection's enduring maritime themes. It also has chronograph pushers that are quietly integrated into the crown guard. This Admiral chronograph watch from Corum proudly displays characteristics of the collection's sources of inspiration, sailing and the ocean.
Leuba-Favre Raider Sea Sky
The 44mm automatic watch from Favre-Leuba, the Raider Sea Sky, with a bright orange unidirectional rotating bezel that stands out against the black rubber strap. Designed specifically for the explorer in you, this watch is a true ally in the most trying circumstances. With a 200m water resistance, the Raider Sea Sky is not only appropriate for deep-sea diving, but also useful on land and in the air thanks to its chronograph feature. In addition to its rough aesthetics and robust construction, this multi-functional timepiece has an ETA Valjoux 7753 calibre, which gives it a power reserve of 48 hours, and a durable stainless steel case with sapphire crystal.
Chronograph for Sky Chief
This straightforward 43mm steel chronograph, driven by the ETA 2824 calibre, is the solution for fervent admirers of anthracite displays. The dial is shielded by a curved sapphire crystal with an antireflective coating. The hour indexes, hour and minute hands, and luminous coating on the watch all make it simple to see the time in any lighting. The window for the date is clearly visible at six o'clock. The brown leather band, which contrasts well with the anthracite dial, completes its formal, understated appearance.