lexander Shorokhoff’s new Karo 3 chronograph is a modern skeleton watch in a traditional execution. It combines the modern and cool design of the skeleton check with elaborate and high quality craftsmanship.
The number 3 in the name of the watch symbolises the three different layers of metal used to produce the dial and give it its skeletonised appearance: silver-colored, yellow-gold-plated, rose-gold-plated. The three “checkered grids” are connected to each other and form a harmonious and translucent checkered pattern in an interesting 3D appearance. The blued hands stand out against the coloured dial to clearly indicate the time.
Another important element of this model is the partially skeletonised and hand-engraved chronograph movement. The 3 bridges of the upper plate of the movement, which can be seen through the checkerboard pattern, are hand-engraved in sunburst filigree. In addition, this chronograph offers a chronometer with totalising function, which can be activated by the upper pusher. The lower pusher returns the seconds hand to its initial position.
Another trademark of this model is the large number “60”. It indicates the 60 minutes of an hour and the revolutionary time of the 1960s. Two versions are available in a limited edition of only 39 pieces.