The resultant CNC’d filigree appeals to my engineer’s eye just as much a haute horology movement does to my artist’s heart. Zenith’s caliber 3600 has that skeletonized-grey look of the Oris Pro-Pilot X and reminds me this is more like a Terminator movie than The Great Gatsby.
The original Zenith Defy was a robust sports watch released in the horologically significant year of 1969. Released three years before the Royal Oak, the original Defy line consisted of octagonal and tonneau shaped cases with colorful dials and integrated bracelets.
The Skinny Diameter: 37 mmThickness: 12.6 mmMovement: El PrimeroWater Resistance: 50 MLimited to: 150 pieces for North AmericaPrice: $8,700 The Story of El Primero The first automatic chronograph story is familiar to many watch enthusiasts. Zenith had the first prototype in January 1969 and named it “El Primero” (in case there was any doubt who… Read more »