Zenith Chronomaster Sport

Zenith (Zenith) today launched a new Chronomaster Sport series, equipped with an improved El Primero 3600 movement, with improved timing performance, and can be measured with 1/10 second accuracy.

The distinctive feature of the new Chronomaster Sport is that its black ceramic bezel has been etched to engrave every 1/10 of a second, making the function more legible.

The Chronomaster Sport is crafted from a polished and brushed stainless steel case. It measures 41mm x 13.6mm. It is equipped with a pump pusher and is water resistant to 100 meters/330 feet. It has four reference standards:

-No. 03.3100.3600 / 69.M3100, with white dial and metal bracelet
-Reference 03.3100.3600 / 69.C822, with white dial and blue Cordura bracelet)

-Black dial and metal bracelet numbered 03.3100.3600 / 21.M3100
-No. 03.3100.3600 / 21.C823, with black dial and black Cordura bracelet

Whether it is black or white, the dial uses the iconic El Primero three-color chronograph, which is timed in blue, anthracite and light gray, just like the A386 in 1969.

The scale of each counter is 60, and the chronograph can be read intuitively and instantly: 6 o’clock is a 60-minute counter, 3 o’clock is a 60-second counter, and 9 o’clock is a second. The hand of the central chronograph makes one revolution in 10 seconds.

The El Primero 3600 movement rapidly beats at a frequency of 5 Hz (36,000 vibrations per hour) and is visible through the back of the sapphire display, which now provides a 60-hour power reserve.

Chroma in motion: Zenith uses DEFY 21 ULTRABLUE to explore the frequency of light and motion

Zenith has always been unafraid to express its unique insights into the watchmaking industry, and continues to emphasize the concept of high frequency accuracy through its striking innovations in its stopwatch’s 1/100 chronograph DEFY 21. This function of converting high vibration frequencies into a single area. The beginning of the visible spectrum is the DEFY 21 Ultraviolet in 2020. It has the world’s first violet chronograph movement and stands out on the completely silent case of frosted titanium. Now, Zenith has applied the same striking effect in the cool tones of deep indigo and electric blue in DEFY 21 Ultrablue.

Blue occupies a special place in Zenith’s knowledge. The founder of the manufacturer, Georges-Favre Jacot, was inspired by the starry night sky to name his award-winning movement, which he eventually named his brand. In the most recent period, it is one of the defining colors of the A386. A386 is the first watch equipped with the legendary El Primero automatic high-frequency chronograph movement. This is also the color that the manufacturer has explored extensively in its most complex watches, becoming the hallmark of replica Zenith‘s futuristic haute horology.

The partially opened dial has a slightly overlapping closed chronograph, ending in a gray tone that matches the dark gray of the case, and has a contrasting white marking for easy identification. The vivid blue movement focuses on DEFY 21’s unique avant-garde movement concept and open bevel bridge design. A second hand is located on 1/100 of the center of the second hand, it is white, and it rotates in a circle above the dial.

DEFY’s faceted 44mm titanium case is treated with matte sandblasting, making the movement’s blue bridge truly stand out, providing a sharper contrast, exuding its darker metal nuances, and absorbing a lot of impact The light on its surface. The black rubber strap complements the tone of the open movement, and is equipped with blue cordura-effect rubber inserts and pitch-matched stitching. perfect Fake Watches