Cuervo y Sobrinos the Cuban founded luxury brand has launched their latest fine time piece, the Historiador Cronotiempo.
Combining both their Cuban heritage with the Swiss watchmaking technology, Cuervo y Sobrinos have continued to innovate and strengthen the brand with classically styed luxury wrist watches.
The new Historiador Cronotiempo watch collection breathes new life into one of their most classic and emblematic models, and to further refine the collection they have introduced a chronograph version.
This attractive wristwatch draws its design clues from the 1950’s, a time from where many of todays most iconic watch brands reach back to in creating modern and timeless new classics. After the creation of a limited edition of 130 manual wind Historiador’s, Cuervo y Sobrinos the company has followed this with an equally attractive 41 mm stainless steel version. This new variation of the classic range carries the the double curve of its sapphire crystal, the graphic design of the dial and – above all – its “plunger” stems.
Upon the stainless steel case, you’ll notice that it has a special cover over the crown engraved with the founding date of the company. The unique case design encompasses the automatic chronograph movement. There is a choice of two different dials, ivory and half-matte black, the red tachometer scale provides a sporting touch, and rather than detracting fro the classic look, provides a subtle enhancement. The date is magnified at 12 O’clock providing a type of 3D effect, the Cuervo y Sobrinos logo can be found at 3 O’clock at the little second hand dial.
The central second hand has a unique and innovative design: a red arrow making it easier to see and set the date. The collection comes in a limited edition of 65 pieces per model, with the number engraved on the flanges.
The Historiador Cronotiempo in stainless steel is both elegant and refined, perfectly suited to discerning watch buyers and collectors looking to own sporty luxury products immune to Father Time.