For luxury Swiss watch brand Zenith, established in 1865, the goal is to move towards the future of watchmaking. The brand’s latest watch is another push in that direction. Just this week, they announced the new Zenith Chronomaster Sport. This watch collection has the impressive features you would expect from this world-renowned brand. It is the culmination of over fifty years of mastery of the sporty chronograph.
The Value of a Single Moment
This watch is made for men who understand the value and richness of a single second, and the many moments in time that it can contain. The moment you make an important decision. The moment you cross the finish line. The moment you break a record. The entire future can depend on any one of these moments. These are the moments for which the Zenith Chronomaster Sport was designed. That’s why this watch features an evolved El Primero 3600 caliber measuring 1/10th of a second.
Sleek Design for All Occassions
The Zenith Chronomaster Sport is visually sleek and stunning. It’s the kind of sporty yet chic watch you can wear in a business meeting or while spending quality time with family just as effortlessly as you can wear it when it matters most – as you pursue your sporting dreams.
The steel case measures 41 mm wide. It has pump-style pushers and a polished black ceramic bezel. You can choose a black or white dial – both featuring the signature El Primero tri-color chronograph registers in blue, anthracite, and light grey. The hour markers and hands are rhodium-plated. The bracelet resembles those conceived by Gay Freres on past editions. It’s timeless integrated steel. For a more relaxed look, you also have the option to choose a textured cordura-effect rubber strap with a steel deployant buckle.
What Else You Need to Know
The El Primero is really the star of the show here. It’s the latest in watchmaking innovation and technology and sure to blow you away with its performance.
The Zenith Chronomaster Sport has a 60 hour power reserve. As for water resistance, it can withstand pressures equivalent to a depth of 100 meters. It costs $10,000, and at the time of this writing is currently out of stock, but those who have purchased it do have a 14-day free return window, so it isn’t necessarily too late to add it to your wish list.
To learn more about the Zenith Chronomaster Sport, visit Zenith’s website at zenith-watches.com.