Chrono24 brings classic watches to users’ wrists in iOS app update


Chrono24 has updated its app for iOS, making popular watches from Patek Philippe and Audemars Piguet available to try on.

Via its virtual showroom, users can now see what the Nautilus and Royal Oak look like on their wrist.


It works by users downloading the app, printing off a tracking bracelet to wear and then aiming the iPhone’s camera at it to make the watch appear.

The camera can then be moved around to view the watch from a variety of angles.

In addition to the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak and the Patek Philippe Nautilus, 3D models of the Rolex Daytona, Submariner and Datejust, Omega’s Speedmaster 300, Speedmaster Professional, and Seamaster Diver 300M are also available.

The brand confirmed that it plans to add more models to the app in an attempt to give its users a fun, interactive, and state-of-the-art way to help them make a purchase.

Last week, WatchPro reported on Chrono24 and StockX joining in on the Rolex price fall debate.

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