- The Company
- Edox Universe
- Store locator
Since its beginnings, Edox has had a very clear vision of its growth and development thanks to its innovative ideas and design research, while simultaneously maintaining the classic traditions of watchmaking know-how. Edox has thus become a benchmark brand in timekeeping for sports competitions. In Ancient Greek, Edox means measuring time. As the official watch partner of the Sauber F1® Team, Edox underlines the sporting values of the quest for performance, precision and pushing oneself to the limit.
The design of the Chronorally Sauber F1® Team watches is done in co-operation with Sauber engineers and designers in order to create the perfect timepiece.
Formula 1 drivers, such as Sauber F1® Team official ones, are enduring very difficult conditions: speed, adrenaline, danger, heat… For professional drivers and all rally aficionados, wearing a Chronorally timepiece means a lot in terms of quality.
Chronorally collection is built to withstand these harsh environment conditions.
Over-sized pusher for perfect grip on the watch commands
Carbon fibre dials for modernity and technical aspects:
Special Rubber strap with tyre imprints
Robust Titanium construction for extreme use conditions
Super quartz movement with nice features:
“For the development of the Sauber C35-Ferrari, we slightly changed the philosophy of how we developed the car aerodynamically. It sounds little, but the impact on the development of the car is significant. When looking at the Sauber C35, it is very much an evolution.”
In 1970 Peter Sauber founded his company and designed his first racing car in the cellar of his parents’ house. The race team grew steadily and enjoyed its first major international successes in the late 1980s. As the Mercedes works team, Sauber celebrated a one-two victory in the Le Mans 24-hour race in 1989 and back-to-back Drivers’ and Manufacturers’ titles in the World Sports Car Championship in 1989 and 1990. In 1993 Sauber entered Formula One. Among the team’s F1 highlights have been a fourth-place finish in the Constructors’ World Championship in 2001 as an independent team and – in partnership with BMW – a one-two finish in the 2008 Canadian Grand Prix on the way to third place in the constructors’ standings that year.
In 2010 Sauber became an independent outfit once again. 2012 was a very good year of the Sauber F1 Team, headlined by four podium finishes, 126 World Championship points and sixth place in the constructors’ standings. The 11th October 2012 marked a milestone in the history of the team – the day when Sauber stepped down as Team Principal and passed on the baton to Monisha Kaltenborn. Between 1993 and the end of 2015 the team contested 403 grands prix in Formula One. Sauber has its headquarters in Hinwil, in the Swiss canton of Zurich. The team’s state of the art factory houses manufacturing facilities and offices spanning an area of 15,600 square meters and boasts one of the most advanced wind tunnels in F1.