Zenith Defy El Primero 21 is a monochrome masterpiece
Zenith has embraced black and the new black (white) for its latest Defy El Primero 21.
The brand made use of hardened ceramic for both the 44mm case as well as the bezel. The case has been finished in matte black, while the bezel is in white. A white track runs along the outer rim making it easier to see the 1/100th second chronograph, and you get hollowed-out subdials at both the three and six o’clock positions.
The watch is powered by Zenith’s El Primero movement, comprised of 293-componentes that operate at 36,000 vibrations per hour. It has a power reserve of 50 hours.
The watch comes with either a black rubber strap, as well as a white textile strap that matches the watch’s bezel.
The new Defy El Primero 21 Black & White Edition will set you back US$13,600.
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