Zenith Chronomaster Sport with El Primero 3600

Zenith enters the field of high-end sports chronographs with the launch of the cheap Zenith Chronomaster Sport. This watch incorporates the heritage of the manufacturer into a sports chronograph. To compete with Rolex, TAG Heuer and Omega, Zenith equipped it with a new movement capable of measuring down to a tenth of a second. Zenith also offers a date function and a sapphire crystal case back for its new timepieces.

Design based on previous model
The new model combines the details of the 1969 A386 with the shape of the Chronomaster De Luca. Also, other designs from the past are included. For example, the dotted bezel is inspired by the A277. Additionally, aspects of the Rainbow and Chronomaster Limited Anniversary Edition were incorporated into the final design of the new Chronomaster Sport.

Zenith Chronomaster Sport
The Zenith Chronomaster Sport comes in a 41mm stainless steel case. Its shape is inspired by the brand’s early chronographs. Hence, the sharply sloping lugs are from the A386. Also, the polished sides of the Chronomaster collection can be found here. Meanwhile, the black polished ceramic bezel has a 10-second scale instead of the usual tachymeter scale. cheap luxury watches

The dial is matte white or matt black, and the main hour hands and indexes are treated in black and coated with Super-LumiNova. The hands of the chronograph function have a red tip. Meanwhile, the applied sub-dials have the typical A386 colour code: light grey, dark grey, blue. The 60-minute counter at 6 o’clock and the 60-second counter at 3 o’clock both feature 60 graduations to provide an intuitive chronograph readout. Finally, the date is between 4 and 5 o’clock.

The new movement El Primero 3600
Inside the Zenith Chronomaster Sport is the El Primero 3600 movement, which is based on the El Primero 400 movement with some improvements. For example, it now implements a stop-second mechanism and the power reserve has been increased to 60 hours. In addition, the new structure of the movement now allows the wearer to better observe the working mechanism. For example, the blue column wheel is now no longer covered by the bridge, but lies freely on the 6-12 o’clock line. Also, the open rotor has a Zentraede star.

The frequency is maintained at 36,000 vibrations per hour (5 Hz), which allows the chronograph to measure down to tenths of a second. The chronograph now uses an improved horizontal clutch for power transmission. According to cheap Zenith, each individual wheel has a tooth profile that perfectly matches its function. The energy of the central chronograph hand no longer comes from the seconds wheel, but from the escapement itself. This allows a full rotation of the central hand in 10 seconds, divided into precisely 100 positions.

Chronomaster Sport Bracelet
Zenith has equipped the Chronomaster Sport with a brand new stainless steel bracelet. This features three links and has a wide, polished midsection. In addition, the bracelet has a folding clasp with a safety bar. In addition, the fine adjustment of the clasp allows the bracelet to adapt to the wearer.

In addition, a rubber strap is also available. The strap is blue for the white dial variant and black for the other. Textured rubber is similar to Cordura’s textured surface. Again, the strap is secured with a stainless steel folding clasp.

The Zenith Chronomaster Sport will be available at the end of January. In addition, a gold case variant for June 2021 is in development.

Brand Zenith
Model Chronomaster Sport
REFERENCE 03.3100.3600/69.M3100 (white dial, bracelet)
03.3100.3600/69.C823 (white dial, rubber strap)
03.3100.3600/21.M3100 (black dial, bracelet)
03.3100.3600/21.C822 (black dial, rubber strap)
Case Material Steel Ceramic Bezel
Dimensions Diameter: 41mm
Waterproof to 10 bar (~100 m)
Dial white or black
Strap/Bracelet White Dial: Stainless steel bracelet with double folding clasp or blue rubber strap with Cordura effect.
Black Dial: Stainless steel bracelet with double folding clasp or black rubber strap with Cordura effect

Caliber El Primero 3600
Movement type Automatic winding
Power reserve 60 hours
Frequency 36,000 v/h (5 Hz)
Functions Central hours and minutes. Small seconds at 9 o’clock, chronograph tenths of a second, 60-minute counter at 6 o’clock and 60-second counter at 3 o’clock.

Zenith Pilot Type 20 Extra Special 40mm

Zenith is one of the few brands to manufacture watches in the style of the early pilots, with real historic prototypes as the basis for their new models. The original timepiece made for Louis Blériot in 1909 laid the groundwork for the pilot’s watch, with its cathedral hands, large, thick numerals and a crown big enough to fit flying gloves. Now, in addition to the larger Zenith Pilot Type 20 Extra Special, this timepiece is now also available in a 40mm version, which is 12.95mm thick and fits all wrists, most importantly women’s wrists.

Strap colors add an extra layer of femininity in mustard, khaki, blue or burgundy, and the corresponding dial, slate grey, khaki, blue or burgundy. The vintage stainless steel case and caseback, grained-finish dial and large fluted crown retain the vintage spirit. The watch becomes a practical everyday timepiece with excellent water resistance to 100 meters and good low-light visibility entirely provided by SuperLuminova numbers. The strap is in leather or oily nubuck with a protective rubber lining and a titanium pin buckle. The overall effect is warm, even hygge.

Inside, there is an in-house movement, the Zenith Elite 679 self-winding movement, which provides a 50-hour power reserve. It has 126 components and vibrates 28,800 times per hour at a frequency of 4 Hz.

Reference models for the Zenith Pilot Type 20 Extra Special 40 mm are:

11.1940.679/91.C807 (slate grey dial, mustard strap)
11.1940.679/63.C800 (khaki dial, khaki strap)
11.1940.679/53.C808 (blue dial, blue strap)
11.1940.679/94.C814 (burgundy dial, burgundy strap)

Zenith Introduces Two New Sapphire Crystal Watches for Zero-G Flight Experience

Equipped with two of Zenith’s most complex movements, the Defy Zero-G and Defy 21 Double Tourbillons (limited to 10 pieces each) focus on the watchmaking industry’s continuous efforts to eliminate the gravitational effects of mechanical escapements.

Both are modern reimaginings of these movements using “contemporary construction and finishing techniques” and showcased using sapphire crystal cases.

Both movements have a blue PVD ​​treatment, with “inscriptions and decorative elements like miniature stars” engraved on the bridges, and the chamfered bridges are rhodium-plated PVD ​​​for contrast.

The Defy Zero-G uses Zenith’s “gravity control mechanism,” a gimbal that ensures the escapement remains in a fixed, flat position regardless of the watch’s orientation. The watch’s complex, multi-layered dial features “meteorite, aventurine glass and Grand Feu enamel inlays” depicting Mars forming the small seconds hand, and the gyroscopic gravity control at six o’clock.

Zenith’s Defy 21 Double Tourbillon is a chronograph with two independent tourbillon escapements, a 60-second example responsible for timing tasks and a second ultra-fast 5-second tourbillon that rotates on demand to 1/100 chronograph to adjust the watch.

Zenith is offering 20 watch owners a once-in-a-lifetime experience on a parabolic zero-G flight planned for February 2022 in a manufacturing partnership with Novespace, a subsidiary of CNES.

Zenith Defy Extreme Double Tourbillon Yoshida 87.9100.9020 /22.l200

The double tourbillon “YOSHIDA SPECIAL EDITION” is now available from Defy Extreme, a chronograph that can measure 1/100 of a second.

FREQUENCY 36,000 VpH (5 Hz)
POWER RESERVE approx. 50 hours
Hours, Minutes, Small Seconds, Date, Chronograph, Column wheel, Tourbillon Escapement
MATERIAL White Gold, Rose Gold
DIAL Skeleton
STRAP Rubber
CLASP Titanium double folding clasp

I’ve always considered Zenith to be one of the most intellectually responsive watch companies past or present. My opinion is correct when wearing the Defy Extreme, even if its naming convention sounds like a syrup haze from Mountain Dew marketing.

Zenith is one of the very few major watch companies that only uses its own mechanical movements. The company uses a zero-source movement in any currently produced watch. This is a very rare thing. For a luxury brand, Zenith also operates with a particular focus on accessibility. If you appreciate the technological edge inside, the Defy Extreme offers an impressive value proposition.

Finally, the Defy Extreme runs as a larger platform – 45mm x 15.4mm – to showcase Zenith’s overall technical capabilities. Similar to the way we look at A. Lange & Söhne and drool over their high-tech achievements in the Double and Triple Split, we should look at Zenith’s high-tech achievements on the El Primero 3600 and El Primero 21 in the same way.

Some of you may have read these dimensions and groaned. But if you happen to find yourself in a room with a Defy Extreme, go ahead and try it. You’ll realize that the combination of size and weight makes a difference to wear. The presence of the wrist is definitely there, but it won’t let you down or cause undue attention. I wore it to GPHG with a blazer and also ran around Geneva to different auctions over multiple days wearing different dress shirts. I legally forgot it was on my wrist multiple times.

I also showed it to the assembled collectors and as much as possible to the media. guess what? People think it’s cool — because it’s really cool. Among them was John Goldberg, wearing a vintage Longines watch, who nodded to me in agreement.

I’ve had a few people say that the Defy Extreme represents Zenith’s jump on the integrated bracelet bandwagon. Or perhaps showing a degree of undue influence by the hubris of Hublot, Zenith’s young – albeit more successful – steady partner in LVMH’s watchmaking department. I don’t see it that way. I showed these people the same photo of the vintage Defy I showed you to prove my point.

Zenith was always there and did it.

Revive the late 1960s with the Zenith Defy Revival A3642

Zenith replica survives the fittest as 1969’s tough guy makes a comeback.

1969 is remembered by many as the year Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong stepped on the moon, and the year Woodstock and the Beatles last performed. Watch fans will remember that in 1969 Zenith introduced the El Primero, the world’s first high-frequency automatic chronograph movement, and, with a slightly less fanfare, the heavy-duty Defy model. Following the critically acclaimed El Primero historical models (A3817, A385, A386) of the 1960s and 1970s, Zenith turned its attention to the earliest Defy models from 1969, reproduced in accurate detail using the original production schedule. Meet the Zenith Defy Revival A3642.

The Defy is often considered a precursor to the refined-looking luxury sports watch case that appeared with Gérald Genta’s Royal Oak, with its extremely angular octagonal case and tetragonal (14-sided) bezel incorporated into the late 1960s and 1970s The design vibe of the early 1990s. The Defy was a solid watch with a 37mm thick water-resistant case, screw-down crown and caseback, and mineral crystal, described in advertisements at the time as a “Vault”. Defy-Plongeur – Reference. The A3648 and A3650 – offer an impressive 600m water resistance, while the regular Defy models – the A3642 along with the A3643 (silver dial) and A3645 (black dial) – offer a very satisfactory 300m water resistance. Equipped with a patented movement suspension system and flexible elastic shock-absorbing rings, the Defy is a rugged sports watch.

The original Defy’s octagonal case design, with its scalloped edges, contrasting brushed and polished finishes, and a dazzling 14-face bezel, is aggressive and edgy. Combined with a gradient or smoked dial – one of its kind first introduced in 1969 – hour markers with horizontal ridges add a dynamic touch to the dial. The steel ladder bracelet designed and manufactured by Gay Frères is adjustable and has a safety clasp. Naturally, the markers, hour and minute hands, and central seconds hand with paddle tips are tritium-treated to glow in the dark.

However, like many other watchmakers, the rampage of cheap quartz watches that flooded the market in the 1970s and 1980s had an impact, and Zenith turned to quartz. Following its acquisition by the LVMH group in 2000, the Defy collection was revived in 2006 and has now become a springboard for Zenith technological innovations such as the Defy Lab in 2017 with its revolutionary oscillator, the two escapements. Defy Extreme or Defy Zero Gravity and Defy 21 Double Tourbillon Sapphire. The Defy collection also includes less extreme models that showcase their provocative modern spirit through edgy materials and aggressive cutout designs.

As we mentioned, the revived version of the Defy A3642 was created using the original production schedule to produce an almost perfect replica. The powerful geometry of the 37mm case with a case height of 13.6mm is faithfully reproduced with its thick octagonal and scalloped base and 14-sided raised and polished bezel. Contrasting brushed finishes and polished bevels on the case surface bring the watch’s dynamic structure to life. The large screw-down crown ensures the case’s 300-meter water resistance, although the original screw-down caseback with its four-pointed star has been replaced by a sapphire crystal.

The taupe _fumé dial is the same as the original, with a lighter central tone that intensifies as it reaches the white minutes and seconds tracks on the periphery. The iconic rectangular hour-markers are faceted, rhodium-plated and polished to accentuate the ridges. Carefully placed below the markings are luminous dots that match the Super-LumiNova luminous dots used to treat the faceted and rhodium-plated hour, minute and paddle seconds hands. Like the original, the date window is located between the 4 and 5 o’clock markers. In addition to the Super-LumiNova SLN C1, another concession to modernity is the replacement of the original mineral glass dial with a sapphire crystal, like the caseback. The inscription and typography on the dial is similar to the 1969 Defy. Applied Zenith with Zenith, Auto,

While the stainless steel bracelet is no longer made by Gay Frère, it replicates the open steps of the trapezoidal bracelet and is brushed with a folding clasp. The lug width is 18mm.

Caliber Elite 670
Zenith’s Elite 670 movement is an automatic movement with central seconds and date. Developed by Zenith in 1990 and launched in 1994, the 670 (self-winding) and 650 (manual-winding) calibres were conceived as modular ultra-thin movements that could be manufactured entirely in-house. With a diameter of 25.60mm and a height of just 3.47mm, this ultra-thin movement operates at 4Hz/28,800vph and offers a 50-hour power reserve. The oscillating weight is hollowed out, and the bridges and bridges are decorated with Côtes de Genève and circular graining.

As Zenith mentioned in its press release, a modern successor to the Defy with a sleeker case and a “new level of performance” will be unveiled soon (expected within a week, for LVMH Watch Week 2022) .

Technical Specifications – ZENITH DEFY REVIVAL A3642
Case: 37mm diameter x 13.60mm height – Stainless steel, polished and brushed – Octagonal case with 14-sided bezel – Screw-down crown – Sapphire crystal and case back – 300m water resistance
Dial: Gradient brown – applied hour-markers with ridges and dots, with luminous markers – central hour, minute and paddle seconds with Super-LumiNova luminous coating – date window between 4 and 5 o’clock
Movement: Elite 670 in-house movement – Automatic winding – 28,800vph/4Hz – 50 hour power reserve – Hours, minutes, seconds and date
Bracelet: 18mm stainless steel trapezoidal bracelet, just like the original Gay Frères bracelet
Reference: 03.A3642.670/75.M3642

Zenith Chronomaster Sport is equipped with the new El Primero 3600 movement, measuring 1/10 second

Replica Zenith Watch Zenith Chronomaster Sport 03.3100.3600/21.M3100

Zenith has just released the new Chronomaster Sport as a ceramic bezel chronograph, equipped with the latest updated El Primero 3600 movement. Zenith Chronomaster Sport is a luxury chronograph with an attractive mainstream design, but even the most tired or experienced watch enthusiast can impress. Chronomaster Sport is equipped with a modern version of the “Striking 10th” movement, allowing users to measure time as low as 1/10 second, making the high-shot El Primero so special.

Recently, Zenith El Primero has been lacking a choice between the retro-style Chronomaster Revival and the highly modern and stylized Defy El Primero series. Similar to the distant cousin of Rolex Daytona, once you carefully observe and appreciate the watchmaking prowess behind it, these two Chronomaster Sport watches that debuted are both Zenith. Although it was inspired by the classic El Primeros and the underrated Zenith De Luca, fortunately, Chronomaster Sport did not go too far.

El Primero 3600 & Striking 10th
The El Primero 3600 movement is not 100% brand new, because a version of it was released in 2019 (El Primero 50th anniversary) limited edition Chronomaster 2 El Primero Striking Tenth (we call it a soft release) if you forget ), but after some improvements, it is now launched as a standard production caliber.

First introduce the background knowledge, in case you are not familiar with the “Striking Tenth” AKA foudroyante statement that dates back to around 2010 (although Zenith was first patented in 2002) and launched the 4052 movement. The high frequency accuracy of 36,000 vph El Primero has theoretically allowed measurement of time as low as 1/10 second, but there is always the question of how to truly measure such a small time increment on a watch. For 4052, Zenith uses a 100-tooth silicon wheel, which can accelerate the chronograph hand to complete rotation in 10 seconds instead of 60 seconds. By doing this, the one-second mark is the normal position chronograph where the ten-second mark is located. If you remember in 2012, Felix Baumgartner wore a Zenith Stratos Flyback Striking 10th equipped with 4052 and jumped 38,969.4 meters, breaking the sound barrier of free fall.

El Primero 3600 Calibre operates at a frequency of 36,000 vph (5 Hz) and has been upgraded and modified several times on the basis of the widely used El Primero 400 caliber. Compared with 326, 314 actually has fewer parts. This is due to technological development and the fact that Zenith has optimized and simplified its manufacturing process to reduce the types of assembled gems, screws and other components. Some of the main features that are immediately worth noting are the addition of a second hand function, a quick date setting function, and a longer power reserve from 50 hours to 60 hours.

The lateral clutch and the enlarged column wheel are updated from the El Primero 400, and Zenith fake has done a great job in creating an unobstructed view in which these parts engage each other. The lateral clutch has a patented system with two intermediate wheels instead of one, and the escape wheel powers the chronograph. In addition, all wheels have been individually improved and optimized to ensure proper torque. El Primero 3600 Calibre is equipped with blue screws and a completely exposed blue column wheel. It is also equipped with a new satin polished star-shaped oscillating weight. The movement’s clock logo, new improvements and decorations make it truly worthy of the exhibition back cover (this is my high praise).

Chronomaster sports watch case and design
According to my calipers, the stainless steel case of the new Chronomaster Sport is 41mm wide and 13.6mm thick, and the height from lug to lug is only about 46.2mm. For comparison, the Rolex Daytona is 40 mm wide and 12.5 mm thick, and the height between the lugs is 46.6 mm, while the new Omega Speedmaster Professional is 42 mm wide and 13.2 mm thick, and the height between the lugs is 47 mm. -The height of the ears. Chronomaster sports models are available in black lacquer or white matte dial, with 100M water resistance

The case is decorated with beveled edges that extend from the lugs to the brushed end links of the bracelet. The new ceramic bezel is indeed the focus of attention, and it is comparable to its peers and some higher-priced alternatives. According to Zenith, this is the first time that 1/10 of the second display has been etched onto the ceramic frame, and I am pretty sure this is true.

Tilting to the high-frequency El Primero movement is Zenith’s right move. I dare say that the reason most people buy luxury chronographs has nothing to do with the complication’s ability to measure time increments of more than an hour, so why not show it off in a way that no one else can do? It is really a sight to see the chronograph hands go around the dial in just 10 seconds. Once we can socialize again in person, I have a feeling that this will be a clever party technique at the next Redbar party. (I did record it to make a gif, but unfortunately technical problems prevented me. Sorry!) best swiss replica watches

Each of the three counters is decorated with a guilloche outer ring with a beautiful long pointer in the center. In the past, I found that the counters on El Primeros overlapped too much like Venn diagrams. Thankfully, they hardly rub each other here. The El Primero color scheme complements the typical panda/anti-panda dial, with the running seconds hand at 6 o’clock in gray, the 60-minute counter at 6 o’clock in dark slate, and the 60-second counter in blue at 3 o’clock. Please note that both chronographs have red hands.

The few limited edition watches that used the early El Primero 3600 movement had a date indicator at 6 o’clock, which has now been moved to 4:30. The date window matches the color of the respective dials. Although the same components are used, Zenith has redesigned and optimized the date dial to achieve easier diversification and customization. The chronograph buttons are beautiful and sturdy, which is familiar to anyone who has operated El Primero. The unique and quirky mechanism makes El Primero’s nerdy charm really shine. In the ocean of luxury chronographs, it is not easy to stand out, but seeing the central chronograph hands revolve around the dial within 10 seconds is a surprise and a childlike joy.

The bracelet is very good, but I really hope that fine-tuning will become a standard feature for watches at this price. This is an integrated bracelet that takes some inspiration from the Gay Fréres bracelet, but keeps the polished central link closer. I think it is meaningless to use Freres completely, because it is more suitable for revival works. The brushed end chain links have a polished bevel, which feels good. Finally, Zenith star decorated folding clasp.

There is also a Cordura-effect rubber strap with a steel unfolding buckle option, although I have only dealt with bracelet models.

I think Zenith positioned it here by matching a classic and beautiful watch with El Primero‘s weird new work, and really showing the function of this high-precision movement.

Zenith Defy Zero-G and Defy 21 Double Tourbillon Sapphire Edition

If Zenith focuses on the chronograph and Chronomaster series this year, it must be remembered that the brand also has certain expertise in high-end movements and has been involved in timekeeping for a long time. Indeed, Zenith can produce fuse links or double tourbillons, and even ultra-innovative adjustment mechanisms. Today, the brand released two new versions of the most advanced movements, using modern design and material methods. The new Zenith Defy Zero-G and Defy 21 double tourbillons use a sapphire case, inspired by the stars and the endless universe.

Zenith is known as one of the masters of chronograph complications, and this must be obvious when looking at the brand’s current collections. Both Chronomaster and Defy are equipped with watches based on the brand’s iconic architecture El Primero movement. However, for Zenith, there is much more than this expertise. The brand has been involved in timekeeping for a long time and is still at the forefront of innovation in developing cutting-edge technology to improve accuracy. And, despite being fairly secretive, the brand also knows how to make impressive and complex movements, two of the best Examples are the chronograph double tourbillon and the concept of zero gravity. Today, these two watches are reinterpreted with the bold and futuristic Defy case made of sapphire, combined with visual themes played around the starry sky… Remember, Zenith is named after the tallest star in the night sky…

Both watches use the same overall design and method, both use the same overall case of 46 mm in diameter, and are made of transparent sapphire crystal. In addition, if the movement and the display are different, the decoration used here-fully visible due to the transparent case-is the same. First of all, all parts of the movement are treated with blue PVD.​​ Decorative elements such as inscriptions and miniature stars are then engraved on the plywood. Afterwards, the chamfered edges of the plywood are refined with rhodium-plated PVD ​​to create a sharp contrast.

ZENITH DEFY Zero Gravity Sapphire
The first of these two new models is based on a movement that is not new, but now rarely seen in this series, namely the rather unusual and unique Zero-G. The concept of the movement is the same as that of the tourbillon, aiming to counteract the influence of gravity on the adjustment mechanism. However, it does not work like a tourbillon…

The adjustment mechanism is not fixed in a rotating frame, but on a gimbal that always maintains a flat position-no matter how the watch rotates. Zero-G has been used in the Defy series in the past, but Zenith has completely redesigned the movement with a new architecture to achieve a more open display. This gyroscope module, which ensures the horizontal positioning of the adjustment mechanism, is also equipped with a 5Hz escapement, both of which are said to guarantee impressive timing results. This manually-wound El Primero 8812 S movement is equipped with a large barrel, which can store a power reserve of approximately 50 hours when fully wound.

This Zenith Defy Zero-G sapphire also showcases the traditional craftsmanship of the dial, but is executed in a modern way. The off-center dial at 12 o’clock is inlaid with hand-set meteorite, aventurine glass and gold Grand Feu enamel. It depicts the red planet Mars on the small seconds dial, partially overshadowed by the hour and minute dials. The special touch that can only be seen when the watch is overhead is the back of the gyroscope module, which is designed with a circular texture that imitates the moon. The power reserve indicator on the right completes the display.

The back of the Zenith Defy Zero-G Sapphire uses a hollow movement, and the star logo is used as the basis for the bridge. All are very beautiful, either blue PVD with contrasting gray rhodium chamfers, dotted with white stars of various sizes, or straight brushed with polished angles.

The Zenith Defy Zero-G Sapphire watch has a black rubber strap with blue “Cordura effect” rubber and gray stitching, and is closed by a titanium folding clasp.

Zenith DEFY 21 Double Tourbillon Sapphire
The second watch launched by Zenith in this new context is based on the Defy 21 Double Tourbillon. This watch combines a chronograph with two adjustment mechanisms, one to control the timing and the other (UHF) to control the timing. The basic concept is the same as that of the classic Defy 21 model, but the tourbillon is updated instead of the traditional adjustment mechanism. First, the main tourbillon responsible for timekeeping rotates once a minute and runs at a frequency of 5 Hz or 36,000 vibrations per hour. The second tourbillon is only activated when the chronograph is started. It rotates every 5 seconds and runs at a frequency of 50 Hz or 360,000 vibrations per hour. Thanks to this,

Like the previous model, the movement of this Zenith Defy 21 double tourbillon sapphire is completely coated with blue PVD ​​and decorated with contrasting silver stars and polished chamfers. All technical elements of the movement are also made in silver, creating a technical and cold appearance. This watch uses the same 46mm sapphire case and black rubber strap with blue “Cordura effect” rubber and gray stitching. A hollow star-shaped blue oscillating weight is exposed on the back, with the same starry decoration on the front.

The Calibre 9020 movement is a deep evolution of the El Primero architecture. It is built around two escapements. When the chronograph is disengaged, only one escapement runs. Therefore, the power reserve under normal conditions is 50 hours, but of course, due to the ultra-high frequency of the chronograph adjusted by the tourbillon, it will be significantly reduced when using the chronograph function. Best quality swiss and japanese replica watches

Zenith Chronomaster Original Premium Edition

Buy Replica Zenith CHRONOMASTER ORIGINAL Men Watch 03.3200.3600/34.C869

Zenith opened the door of a special boutique at the Le Locle factory and displayed a cool blue Chronomaster Original.

The chronograph function is a Zenith tradition, and it has been since the launch of the iconic El Primero automatic high-frequency movement in 1969. The Chronomaster series provides contemporary and historical inspired works, and is the perfect platform for Zenith to showcase its complication capabilities, especially the Chronomaster Sport and the recently launched Chronomaster Original, a 38mm model that is regarded as the successor to the A386. Today, Zenith has launched two new reference materials in this series to celebrate the opening of an important location; the brand-new Zenith Manufacture Boutique, an immersive environment in the brand’s headquarters. This is the new and attractive Zenith Chronomaster Original Boutique Edition.

Zenith decided to open a boutique in the factory to allow visitors to immerse themselves in Zenith’s world and let them get close to the brand collection after making an appointment. This is basically no different from other boutiques, but Zenith also provides people with the service of a three-tiered watch clinic at the manufacturer’s premises, depending on the individual’s prior knowledge and skills.

Although all this sounds good, Zenith fake also launched two new references in the Chronomaster series to fan out for this occasion. It is based on the familiar features of Chronomaster Original, which is very similar to the original Zenith A386 El Primero from 1969. The case has a brushed surface and polished decoration, with a classic pump button on the right side. The raised and domed crystals cover the front and back of the watch. The sharp faceted lugs complete the look of this must-have El Primero watch. The Chronomaster Original is only 38 mm in diameter, making it comfortable to wear.

The Chronomaster Original Boutique Edition is mainly a visual upgrade of the existing models, as it always uses a new blue and silver color scheme. The striking blue dial is equipped with a silver chronograph and indexes. Faceted and rhodium-plated hour markers help improve the legibility of the current time, as well as white hands with black inserts. The hands and hour markers are coated with Super LumiNova. From left to right, the sub-registers display the running seconds, 60-minute accumulator and 60-second accumulator.

As the external scale of the dial implies, Zenith’s Chronomaster Original Boutique Edition is equipped with Zenith’s El Primero 3600 movement. This integrated automatic chronograph movement can track the elapsed time to 1/10 second and can also be found in the Chronomaster Sport. It runs at a high frequency of 36,000vph (or 5Hz), which means that the chronograph second hand rotates once every 10 seconds. In addition, it uses a column wheel and a horizontal coupling. The power reserve is a very pleasant 60 hours. From the bottom cover, its appearance is obviously the appearance of El Primero, but the decoration is more modern, including a hollow rotor with a Star logo.

Zenith Chronomaster Original Boutique Edition is equipped with a vintage-style blue calfskin strap (Ref. 03.3200.3600/51.C902) or a three-link stainless steel bracelet (Ref. Ref. 03.3200.3600/51.M3200).


Case: 38 mm diameter x approx. 13 mm high-stainless steel case, brushed and polished-sapphire crystal glass mirror-sapphire crystal screw-in case back-50 meters water resistance

Dial: blue dial, silver triple sub dial-faceted rhodium-plated hour markers, Super LumiNova-white hands coated with Super LumiNova luminous

Movement: Calibre El Primero 3600-automatic integrated high-frequency chronograph, with column wheel and horizontal coupling-35 jewels-30 mm-36,000vph-60 hours power reserve-hours, minutes, small seconds, date, Chronograph 1/10 central seconds, 60-second and 60-minute counters

Strap: Stainless steel strap, double folding clasp or vintage-style blue calfskin strap, triple folding clasp

Ref. 03.3200.3600/51.M3200 – stainless steel bracelet
Ref. 03.3200.3600/51.C902-Blue calfskin strap

Zenith welcomes Singapore’s Sheila Sim as a friend of the brand

Zenith fake recently appointed Singapore’s leading fashion and entertainment icon Sheila Sim as its newest brand friend.

The model is complete. A critically acclaimed actress. Health advocate. Devout mother. These are just some of the many roles played by Singaporean media celebrity Sheila Sim over the years. Sheila continued to perform on the big screen and walk the show gracefully. She owes today’s success to her modelling experience and contact, which taught her more than 10 years of independence. Recently, Sheila graduated with a degree in positive psychology and helped others achieve health and personal growth through her newest enterprise “WonderandWellness”. She is passionate about mentoring others and helping them reach their goals.

Zenith Dreamer
Zenith and Sheila collaborated on the Zenith DREAMHERS project for the first time in 2020. This is a global event that aims to highlight visionary independent women who pursue their passions and become celebrities desperately. DREAMHERS aims to brighten up relevant women who pave the way for themselves and inspire others with their own role models and achievements. It marks the beginning of a new chapter in Zenith and its unique treatment of ladies’ watches, as it celebrates those who share its philosophy of “time to reach your star”

Zenith launches the long-awaited Chronomaster Original

Zenith Chronomaster Original: Few watches are as influential as Zenith A386. It debuted in 1969 and was one of the first steel watches equipped with the iconic El Primero movement. This is the world’s first automatic high-frequency integration Chronograph movement. More than 50 years later, El Primero remains the benchmark for the accuracy of automatic chronograph movements, giving way to new versions and iterations.

Chronomaster Original retains the design of the A386 while incorporating the performance of the 21st century version of El Primero. Possess 1/10 second precision and time measurement.

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Swiss Open Gstaad and essential equipment for watching tennis

Tennis is one of the rare sports that is not timed, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t wear a watch

Since 2016, Zenith cheap for sale has been a partner of the Swiss Open Gstaad. It has a pop-up boutique stadium where visitors can see all the latest timepieces, try them on, and have a one-on-one display with the brand. This may not be surprising. This is the first time we arrived at the championship. Ports of call.

Zenith Chronomaster Sport
The first watch that caught my attention was the super sporty Chronomaster Sport, powered by the brand’s El Primero automatic chronograph movement. This 44 mm stainless steel sports watch is equipped with Zenith’s iconic gray, anthracite and blue counters, which contrast with the matte white dial. With a black ceramic bezel and a one-piece metal bracelet with a double folding clasp, it is an attractive sports watch.

In terms of function, it has hours and minutes in the center, small seconds at 9 o’clock, a 60-minute chronograph at 6 o’clock, a 60-second chronograph at 3 o’clock, and a charming central chronograph record. The 1/10 second hand will make your head rotate when it rotates the dial within 10 seconds.

Swiss Open Gstaad – ATP 250
Then, we went to the stadium to participate in the first game of the semi-final between Hugo Gaston of France and Laszlo Géré of Serbia. The ATP 250 tournament is part of the main ATP Tour, which includes four Grand Slam tournaments, the ATP Finals, the ATP Tour Masters 1000 and the ATP 500 tournament. best replica watch

The beauty of the Swiss Open Gstaad is that it is a good place to see young stars in the future. This fits perfectly with Zenith’s philosophy of “time to reach your goal”, and is compatible with those who dare to challenge themselves and break The people on the barriers resonate, just like the young people on the ATP 250 track.

Leandro Riedi became a friend of the brand
In keeping with this motto, Zenith announced the arrival of a new friend of the brand, the young professional tennis player Leandro Riedi. Riedi was born and raised in Switzerland. He has gained international fame and is currently ranked 700th in the ATP rankings. His achievements include entering the French Open men’s singles final, the Australian Open men’s doubles title, the sixth highest overall ranking of young players, and defeating the top 100 players in the ATP.

Unfortunately, he had already left when we arrived in Gstaad, but we saw some other outstanding players fighting hard on the court. After the game, he sat down with the men’s singles champion Caspar Rud. He is now also a guide. Proud owner of the Zenith Chronomaster El Primero Open and the magnificent Swiss Open Gstaad trophy. If the stars of tomorrow need extra motivation to win, Zenith Chronomaster is likely to be it!

ZENITH Academy Christophe Colomb Rurricane Grand Voyage

In the past few years, Zenith fake uses a specific piece to display its tabulation skills: Academy Christophe Colomb. This work has been present in different versions, today’s Zenith will focus on finishing. The results are called “Hurricane Gravily Valve”, which may stand in the ultimate version of this amazing Odyssey in the world of Haute Horlogerie.

In short, Zenith Academy Christophe Colomb Rurricane Grand Voyage has set off three technologies. The first very melted into the heaven: 36,000 vibration per hour beats, pointing to the brand of the brand, from the famous El Primero caliber of 1969. The same frequency, but of course, of course, different technologies.

The second development is the Fusée and the chain transmission mechanism. ZENITH is not the owner of the process, nor the inventors of this process, intended to maintain a constant torque along the energy chain of motion. Despite this, this is a significant art.

The third is the gravity control system. This is the most interesting development so far, it can be found in this work.

ZENITH Academy Christophe Colomb Hurricane Grand Voyage: Despise Gravity

Although the Fusée and the chain drive eliminates the change of such changes (the equal duration of oscillations), the largest voyage has also canceled the impact of gravity.

The principle of maintaining the regulatory organs in horizontal position is studied, thereby achieving the best balance wheel, resulting in the best timing accuracy, Zenith creates a module, so that the “heart” of the movement keeps the constant escape in this position. mechanism.

This gravity control system is also a tribute to history, because it is inspired by Zenith’s ocean timer, borrowed from these instruments, the principle of universal suspension introduced on the 16th century in the marine compass, so that they can keep horizontal, although They will keep horizontal and rolled ship.

The gravity control system with self-adjusted gyro mechanics is used to maintain the regulatory organ in the angle of the wrist, thereby representing the final evolution of the ship timer. Zenith is the only viewing manufacturer that masters this system – formally got a reward in the “Best Complex Watch” category of Geneva Table, Grand Prix, 2011. It is invented in fierce development.

Zenith Academy Christophe Colomb Hurricane Grand Voyage: Attractive Clothing

In terms of dialing, Zenith replica chose an open architecture to see the three original mechanisms in action: buckets with their Fusée and chain transfers (1030 and 1.30), gyro gravity control systems and 6 o high-frequency adjustment organs’ clocks. Three gold (12 o’clock hours / minute, 9 o’clock hours / minute, 4 o’clock power reserves) are Guilloché, wearing white enamel, with blue steel hand and screws.

The back of the character is a famous navigator. Many adventures. This miniature painting was created using the golden lane system fixed directly in motion. In the foreground, portraits and six points engraved with Christopher Columbus. Background of Santa Maria breeding, Columbus in 1492 flagship sailing in his first sailing. Tiny manual cutting and micro-carving decoration depicts the rich details of the vessel, especially in ropes and rigging. Use the carved Champlevé technology to make a variety of sails made on the Cloisonné base, decorated with famous Red Cross. Behind the sailing boat, you have chosen to the train bridge to represent the ocean, which is a small wave, then use a half-transparent paint. In the background, the gun pipe bridge opens the horizon with the microcomputer decoration, depicting the sky divided into days and nights.

Zenith Academy Christophe Colomb Hurricane Grand Voyage: Technical Data
1st Christophe Colomb Module with Fusée and Chain Transmission,
Constant-Force Fusée and Chain Transmission Connected to the Barrel,
Hand-Crafter Gold Elements screwed to the movement: Micro-Engraving,
Micro-Painting and enamelling on the a Cloisonné base using an engraved Champlevé Technque,
10- Piece Limited Edition (Ref: 18.2211.8805/36.C713)

El Primero 8805, hand-wound
A unique gyroscopic mechanism that maintains the regulating organ in a perfectly horizontal position
Calibre: 16 ½’’’ (diameter: 37 mm)
Thickness: 5.85 mm
Parts: 354
Gyroscopic carriage composed of 173 parts
Chain made of 585 parts
Jewels: 53
Frequency: 36,000 vph (5 Hz)
Over 50-hour power reserve

Off-centred hours and minutes at 12 o’clock
“Gravity Control” self-regulating module at 6 o’clock
Small seconds at 9 o’clock
Power-reserve indication at 3 o’clock
Fusée and chain transmission beneath the hours/minutes dial
Case, dial and hands:

18-carat rose gold
Diameter: 45 mm
Thickness: 14.80 mm/21.80 mm (with domed sapphire crystal)
Cambered sapphire crystal glareproofed on both sides, domes protecting the Christophe Colomb module
Water resistance 3 ATM
Dial: 3 enamelled gold dials
Hour-markers: black lacquered
Hands: blued steel