The latest addition to Zenith’s Chronomaster Sport line demonstrates the refreshing effect that color can have. This is the first time a blue dial has been used, from which the three El Primero counters – in matching blue, grey and silver – stand out in high contrast. Another new feature is the stainless steel bezel with a 1/10th of a second scale that surrounds the luminescent dial.
It refers to the automatic high-frequency caliber inside, which can measure time to the nearest tenth of a second thanks to its operating of 5Hz. In addition to the mastery of short-time measurement, the El Primero 3600, renowned for outstanding accuracy and performance, also offers an extended power reserve of 60 hours and a date display between four and five o’clock.
The stainless steel case of the Chronomaster Sport Blue measures 41mm in diameter, typical of the line, and is pressure-resistant to ten bar. Another characteristic is the sapphire crystal case back, which displays beautiful decorations and finishings, with the rotor in the shape of a Zenith star taking center stage.
Pricing of the Chronomaster Sport Blue is marked at $10,500.
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