Zenith launched the new El Primero tourbillon skeleton watch and El Primero skeleton watch, showing the brand’s legendary mechanism through the light and dark skeleton design. The appearance of the two watches is particularly unique and impressive: the large black ceramic case with a diameter of 45 mm and the hollow dial, the unique architecture shows the complexity of the El Primero mechanism, and is dotted with sporadic crimson details, making the whole The appearance is more vibrant. The first watch combines a tourbillon and high-frequency chronograph, and the second watch is a reproduction of the spirit of the classic ‘El Primero’ chronograph.
Zenith El Primero Tourbillon Skeleton Black Ceramic (Model: 49.2520.4035.98)
For Zenith, ceramics are also a new type of material. Among the two new watches launched this time, the ceramic case is equipped with the El Primero Calibre 4035 self-winding tourbillon chronograph movement and the El Primero Calibre 400B self-winding chronograph movement. The world’s most accurate chronograph movement developed and produced in the year. The dark black skeleton dial is embellished with red details. The high-frequency movement of 36,000 times / hour (5 Hz) powers the black ruthenium metal faceted fluorescent hands. The skeletonized chronograph ring and the minute ring fixed on the movement are further enhanced. The three-dimensional look and feel of the entire watch.
Zenith El Primero skeleton black ceramic watch (model: 49.2520.400.98)
The El Primero tourbillon skeleton watch combines a tourbillon and high-frequency chronograph to present a futuristic style. The tourbillon frame is eccentrically set at 11 o’clock and rotates once per minute, and the two hollow timing rings are combined to form the number ‘8’ pattern. The El Primero skeleton watch has a vibration frequency of 36,000 times / hour (5 Hz), a chronograph accuracy of 1/10 seconds, and features central hours, minutes, seconds, timekeeping and date display. Both watches provide a power reserve of more than 50 hours.