|Name:||Defy El Primero 21 Rose Gold / Diamond / Skeleton / Alligator|
Price in euro
The Zenith Defy El Primero 21 was introduced at BaselWorld 2017. Building upon the brand's rich chronograph tradition, it is powered by the new El Primero 9004 movement, capable of measuring up to 1/100 of a second. In addition, it marks the return of the Defy name for Zenith.
Reference 22.9000.9004/71.R585 has a rose gold case (44mm) and an openworked dial. The case is set with 288 V V S brilliant-cut diamonds and the bezel with 44 V V S baguette-cut diamonds, making for a total of 5.00 carats. It was added to the collection in 2019.
Self-winding movement with cam-actuated chronograph capable of measuring up to 1/100 of a second. The chronograph runs on its own escapement system, with a balance wheel operating at 360.000 bph. The power reserve for the chronograph is 50 minutes, and it is wound by hand. The balance for the regular timekeeping runs at 36.000 bph and is wound either by hand or through the oscilating weight. Both balance springs are made of 'carbon-matrix carbon nanotube composite'. The central hand makes one rotation every second; at 12:00 there's a power reserve indicator for the chronograph.
|Caliber:||El Primero 9004|
|Time:||Hours, Minutes, Small Seconds|
|Additionals:||Chronometer, Power Reserve Indicator|