Zenith Chronomaster Revival Manufacture Edition

Inside the attic of Zenith's historical Manufacture building was an unlabeled box that kept a collection of dials that sat quietly for decades, waiting to be discovered. One of these dials was a classic El Primero dial with one big difference: each of the subdials was colored in a different shade of blue instead of the tri-color combo that we know and love today. Zenith is bringing that unused dial to production with a new Revival Manufacture Edition that recreates the A386 from 1969 with a 38mm stainless steel case, classic pump-style pushers, and of course, an El-Primero 400 automatic movement. 

The style will be exclusive to Zenith's e-commerce site and it will then be available as an exclusive to the Zenith Manufacture when it reopens to the public. 


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