Zenith will unveil two new exquisite timepieces at the upcoming Baselworld 2012 show. They are brand new additions to the watchmaker’s El Primero Chronomaster series, called the El Primero Chronomaster Open Grande Date Moon & Sunphase, and the El Primero Chronomaster 1969.
The latter is a symbol of Zenith’s rich heritage and impeccable craftsmanship. It keeps the original colors of the 12-hour and 30-minute counters, but it also flaunts some new and innovative features, like the Calibre 4061 movement with 36,000 vibrations per hour. The dial is elegantly cut at 10 o’clock to show the intricate mechanism of the movement below. This is the first time Zenith has done this for its watches.
The 42-mm stainless steel case is strapped on the wrist with a rubber-lined alligator band, and customers can opt for a triple folding clasp or a pin buckle, each made of stainless steel as well. Don’t miss the watch’s launch at Baselworld next month.