Chronoswiss Caliber C 122 Regulator Automatic Movement

Chronoswiss Caliber C122

Chronoswiss Caliber C 122 Regulator Automatic Movement

Brand Chronoswiss
Caliber Number C 122
Base Caliber Enicar 165
Movement Type Automatic
Jewels 30
Vibrations Per Hour
21,600 bph
Power Reserve 40 Hours
Functions Regulator style, hours, central minutes, small seconds
Country of Manufacture Switzerland
Known Brands
Regulateur

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Nameless
Nameless
9 years ago

I found two Regulator movements on here and both have odd base calibers. I’ve never heard of Enicar…

Ben
Ben
9 years ago

Amazing how these watch companies buy up old movement stock from movement houses that closed shop. Then they put them in new watches and rebrand the caliber number or claim they are the ones who made the movement. Meanwhile it was sitting in a box for decades most likely, collecting dust and getting dried out.

FFA
FFA
3 years ago
Reply to  Ben

please keep in mind Krono‘s West does a significant amount of modification and finishing to the movement.

FFA
FFA
3 years ago
Reply to  FFA

Sorry I meant Chrinoswiss (spell check)

Rod
Rod
7 years ago

Tempest viking 2 uses 9015 also

Rod
Rod
7 years ago

Tempest viking 2 uses 9015 also

Watchlvr
Watchlvr
5 years ago

Hello all. I am very curious as a watch lover and minor collector. I have a small collection from Casio to Rolex, and Omega and even Invicta, etc. In my opinion Invicta actually makes a lot of watch for the money. The fit and finish is amazing at the price point, especially if you wait for extreme price reductions in the reserve level watches, and stick with watch diameters and styles you like. They do, on occasion, skimp a little on the movements, especially with the quartz models, but they also use Valjoux autos, and mechanicals, I won’t go down… Read more »

Adam
Adam
5 years ago

My Chronoswiss Regulateur CH1223’s Enicar 165 is noisy when the rotor spins. How about yours?

Mike
Mike
6 months ago
Reply to  Adam

I have the Chronoswiss Regulateur C 122 and is a bit noisy when it spins. Just the design, I guess…

Adam
Adam
6 months ago
Reply to  Mike

Took u 4 yrs to reply??
Not the rotor’s dried-up ball bearings?
Technician told me it could be the entire movement
Whatcha think

Mike
Mike
6 months ago
Reply to  Adam

LOL. Sorry, just found this yesterday.
I think it’s just how the movement is.
I’ve had a few watches over the years that were rather noisy, or at the very least they weren’t buttery smooth.

allev8s
Member
1 month ago
Reply to  Mike

I have the Enicar AR167 which the C122 is based upon, and its oscillator is noisy. My Citizen’s are also noisy.

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