Guide and comparison of Kronos watches
History of Kronos watches
Kronos has been present on the watch market for a long time, in the first third of the 20th century (1930). The brand stems from a family tradition in the production of watches, jewelry and accessories, whose history now spans nearly 180 years.
In daily production, he is constantly looking for new materials and developing new assemblies to achieve true works of art in each of the watches he produces.
True to its watchmaking history of more than 80 years, Kronos produces high-quality chronographs and automatic models. Their Kronos Automatic collection is highly valued and considered the top of the watch range in the watch industry.
The first Kronos wristwatch was launched in 1950 with a Venus 175 winding Situs Slot Gacor mechanism and 17 pieces of jewelry at 18,000 vibrations / hour.
At that time, almost only steel was used for the back of the case, as the exterior was usually made of brass, as is the case with this model.
In 1990, Kronos began producing its first automatic watches. It had Dubois Depraz 2045 machines, 49 jewelry and up to 28,000 vibrations per hour.
In fact, this model had such a good impact that an updated version was produced in 2005, albeit a limited edition with only 500 models for sale.
Kronos diving watches
Kronos has also developed a good story around diving watches.
One of the most marked models in the history of Kronos is the K200, with a water resistance of up to 200 meters (20 atmospheres).
Today, progress has been made and we cánido take advantage of the K300 model, with the novelty of having a helium valve.