The Mystery Of Chasing Time Three Recommended Chase Chronographs

In the field of chronograph, the chase function is a complicated function that is ignored by everyone. The chase chronograph is very different from the ordinary chronograph. The chase function can be said to be no less than the three complicated functions of the watch. The chase chronograph is very recognizable. The dial is equipped with two seconds hands. When the chronograph button is pressed, the two hands run at the same time. After pressing the chase chronograph button, the chase needle stops and can record the time, and the chronograph hand continues. Go forward; then press the chase needle timing button, the chase needle catches up with the running chronograph hands, the two hands overlap and continue to move forward. Today, the Watch House recommends three chronographs for everyone to experience the fun of catching up with time.
Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore Series 26582CE.OO.A002CA.01

Product model: 26582CE.OO.A002CA.01
Watch diameter: 44 mm
Case thickness: 15.5 mm
Movement type: automatic
Movement model: Cal. 2885
Case material: Black ceramic
Water resistance: 20 meters
Watch details: mm
Movement type: automatic
Movement model: 69F9
Case material: Satin-brushed 18K white gold
Water resistance: 100 meters
Watch details: summary: the chase function is the most advanced and most complicated function of the chronograph function. Relatively speaking, this function is a niche, and only a few brands have launched dual chase chronograph watches. Although the tracking function is not included in the ‘High Complication’, it is one of the traditional ‘Grand Complication’.