Introducing: The Zenith Defy El Primero In Titanium With A Closed Panda Dial (Live Pics & Pricing)
The Defy El Primero 21 Chronograph appeared finally year’s Baselworld show and got a lot of attention. It’s the most recent in Zenith’s long queue of high-recurrence chronographs, and adds a focal chronograph hand that turns once each second to give you a readout to the nearest 1/100th of a second around the dial’s edge. Controlling this is a couple of fast escapements, one for the fundamental timekeeping function and one for the chronograph (you’ve even got a force save pointer at 12 o’clock explicit to the chronograph function). Actually, this is identical to a year ago’s deliveries, yet for certain esthetic updates. The brushed titanium case is combined with an exemplary panda dial rather than one of the profoundly openworked dials we’ve seen already. Generally, it’s a marginally more exemplary interpretation of an altogether current watch.
Why This fake watch prices Matters
Zenith has a genuine family with regards to making high-recurrence chronographs. This obviously extends back to 1969 with the introduction of the first El Primero, and keeping in mind that there have been many different innovations en route, the new Defy collection demonstrates that the maker is still utilizing its plan and designing muscles to push chronograph innovation forward. For the individuals who may have discovered the previous editions of this fake watch prices excessively science fiction looking, this new form offers them an approach to encounter the development in a more receptive way.
I need to say, the first time you activate the Defy development and that focal hand begins buzzing around the dial, it’s absolutely captivating. Likewise, Zenith has made a decent showing with the ergonomics of this fake watch prices particularly when the rakish 44mm titanium case is combined with the coordinating titanium arm band. Of course, it’s a major fake watch prices (there’s no getting around that), yet it’s one that sits pleasantly on the wrist. Panda dials are hot at the present time – and Zenith plainly definitely knows this – so this addition to the collection makes wonderful sense.
Model: Defy El Primero 21
Reference Number: 95.9001.9004/01.M9000 (titanium arm band), 95.9001.9004/01.R782 (elastic strap)
Case Material: Titanium
Dial Color: Silver sunray with dark sub-dials
Indexes: Applied rhodium-plated batons
Lume: Yes, on all fours
Water Resistance: 100 meters
Strap/Bracelet: Titanium arm band or elastic strap
Caliber: El Primero 9004
Functions: Hours, minutes, seconds, fast chronograph with 1/100th of a second, 60-second, and 30-minute aggregators, and chronograph power save indicator
Power Reserve: 50 hours
Frequency: 5 Hz (36,000 vph)
Total Components: 293
Additional Details: The fundamental timekeeping function and chronograph has two separate escapements
Chronometer certified by Time LAB
Estimating & Availability
Price: $10,200 with an elastic tie; $11,200 with titanium bracelet
Availability: By February
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Many perusers have noticed that the pre-production model appeared here has the Zenith logo on both the dial and the gem. HODINKEE’s affirmed with Zenith that the last production fake watch prices will have a plain precious stone – no Zenith logo. – Ed.