Meet the Régulateur Automatique 1942 Limited Edition from Aerowatch

Watches with regulator dials seem to be having a moment this year. Their special feature is the dial layout with the minute hand in the center and the hour and second hands on separate sub-dials. In the past, regulators were used by watchmakers as a reference for setting other watches. They were also at work wherever accurate timekeeping was required, such as in observatories.

The independent Aerowatch, rooted in the Jura region— a cradle of Swiss watchmaking— introduces the Régulateur Automatique 1942 Limited Edition, with a limitation of 100 pieces. Featuring filigree Clous de Paris guilloche, grooved sub-dials and blued hands, it offers a particularly authentic interpretation of the genre. The functionality is completed by a date indication at 3 o’clock.

Inside the 42mm stainless steel case beats the automatic caliber SW266, which is revealed through a sapphire crystal case back. The Régulateur Automatique 1942 Limited Edition, is worn on a brown leather strap or rice-grain bracelet. Pricing is available upon request.

To learn more, visit Aérowatch, here.

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