The Jura-based family-owned watchmaking business that has its roots dated back to the 1910s has enriched its collection with the addition of a new self-winding semi-skeleton chronograph in a numbered edition. Its skeletonised mechanical timepieces has always been a hot favourite amongst watch aficionados and this new Aerowatch model will be no exception, showcasing modernity and elegance all at once. A pierced black dial reveals the enigmatic and fascinating choreography of the complex chronograph mechanism decorated with matt circular graining, encased within an eye-catching 42 millimetre case made of stainless steel polished to a satin finish. Even in total darkness, expect to receive excellent legibility with the luminous hands and hour markers. The antireflection-coated glass and the sapphire-crystal back also showcases the orchestrated interaction of the rhodium going train wheels framed by chamfered and decorated bridges with blued screws as colourful accents. This numbered-edition timepiece reflects bold creativity from the brand yet, retains the traditions of Swiss artisanal horology as upheld by Aerowatch.