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Zenith Defy Extreme Double Tourbillon

Zenith is bringing one of its most complex movements to the Defy Extreme line with the addition of its Double Tourbillon mechanisms. The movement features two independent tourbillions completing rotations in 60 seconds for the time-keeping tourbillon and 5 seconds for the chronograph's tourbillion, which is said to be some of the fastest tourbillons ever made, beating at a rate of 360,000 VpH. Available in carbon fiber with a matte rose gold bezel  on a rubber strap or an all titanium design on a link bracelet, the watches feature a 45mm case with an openworked dial that gives you a look into the highly complex El Primero 9020 movement that has a power reserve of 50 hours. 


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