Chronoswiss Opus Watch Repair

Chronoswiss Opus CH7541R Watch Repair

A relatively young brand in the industry, Chronoswiss was founded in 1983 by Gerd R. Lang. Lang gained much of his experience from manufacturing movements for other brands prior to Chronoswiss's debut. All of Chronoswiss's watches are hand finished and produce about 7,000 timepieces a year. Earlier models contained a more aesthetically appealing Enicar 165 movement with vastly improved technical functions. One of Lang's creation with the brand included a skeletonized chronograph movement refereed to as the Opus. This style is well known in his collection and here at Gray and Sons we specialize in the preservation and services of this fine Swiss time pieces.

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At Gray and Sons we pride ourselves in delivering the upmost quality in service to preserve and maintain the proper working conditions of all Chronoswiss models. Recently we serviced this Chronoswiss Opus which was in for a complete full service. The watches chronograph feature was not operating properly and the time keeping was not up to standards. Factory specifications indicate you should routinely have your Chronoswiss serviced every 3-4 years taking into consideration the owners operating habits. This Chronoswiss Opus, reference CH7541R, has a innovative 42mm case measurement. The timepiece has a date display at the 3 o'clock position. The skeleton dial elegantly displays the internal movement components all the way through the watch. Our in-house watchmakers and polishers with over 150 years of combined experience serving the Coral Gables and greater Miami area, took upon themselves to return this watch to its factory specifications. To begin the process, our master watchmaker carefully disassembles the case to separate the movement from the container housing all of the casing components. The case is then sent to our polisher for case refinishing to restore the luster of this Chronoswiss. Now with the movement carefully out of the watch case, our master watchmaker begins disassembling the the components piece by piece. During which they are meticulously inspecting each part for wear or damage to properly ensure the lifespan of the service.

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Once completely torn down to the last screw, the movement is gently placed into our ultrasonic cleaner which will use vibration in three different solutions. During the process, old coagulated oil is dissolved and components are cleaned and returned to their original clean state. Once the movement parts are dried our master watchmaker begins assembly by carefully putting together each component in their appropriate order while checking pivot end shakes and freedom for accurate function. During reassembly of the Chronoswiss Opus, the watchmaker uses four different synthetic oils to lubricate each point of friction and rotation through factory specifications. Movement is then tested for timing accuracy and amplitude to ensure all proper adjustments were made during the reassembly process. With a freshly clean and regulated movement, it is time to return the movement into its beautiful refinished case where it will again be checked for functionality and display. The Chronoswiss is water tested to its suggested depths to ensure water resistance. The watch will then be put on time and quality controlled over the course of 1-2 weeks to observe its power reserve and automatic system. Gray and Sons is proud to be your choice for Chronoswiss services and repairs to return your timepiece to its original working condition.

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Request pre-labeled Easy Ship Box and mail in your item to repair.

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Once you receive the box and send your watch, one of our Master Watchmakers will evaluate it and contact you with a free estimate. If you approve of the estimate we will proceed with the repair, which generally takes 2-3 weeks.
If you wish to repair at a different time we will ship the watch back to you at no cost to you.