Chronoswiss purchased a large inventory of Enicar Cal. 165 movements, ebauches, and components and began constructing a new movement family from them in the late 1980s. In 1991, the company launched their first “manufacture” movement based on these components, Cal. C.122. This regulator movement was used in the famous Chronoswiss “Régulateur-Automatique” watch, which remains in production as of 2019.
This movement differs greatly in decoration from the base Enicar movement, and features an entirely new uni-directional (counter-clockwise) automatic winding mechanism and bridge. The date function is removed and replaced by a Chronoswiss-designed regulator train or other complications.
|C.121||1991||Central hour and minute, small seconds|
|C.122||1991||Regulator: Hour at 12, central minute, small seconds at 6|
|C.123||1999||“Tora” Regulator: Hour at 3, central minute and seconds, 24 hours at 9|
|C.124||1996||“Delphis” Regulator: Digital hour at 12, retrograde minutes central, small seconds at 6|
|C.125||2002||Regulator: Hour at 12, minute and chronograph seconds central, open heart at 6|
|C.126||2003||Repeater with pusher at 10, hour and minute central, small seconds at 6|
|C.127||Full calendar with date by pointer at 3, moon phase at 6, day of week by pointer at 9, month by pointer at 12; central hour, minute, seconds|
|Calibre||Start Year||End Year||Jewels||Diameter (mm)||Height (mm)||Complications|
|Chronoswiss C.123||1999||26.80||24 Hour Hand, Regulator|
|Chronoswiss C.125||2002||30||28.00||7.85||6-Column Chronograph, Chronograph, Column Wheel Chronograph, Monopusher Chronograph, Regulator|
|Chronoswiss C.126||2003||38||28.00||8.35||Modular, Repeater|
|Chronoswiss C.127||30||26.80||5.20||Date, Date by Pointer, Day, Day by Pointer, Modular, Month, Month by Pointer, Moon Phase|