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Zenith re-releases its Cairelli timepiece from the 1960s

A favorite of the Italian armed forces.
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Zenith is celebrating one of its most famous timepieces, the Cairelli Tipo CP-2, which is being re-issued as a new model in its heritage series. Originally named after the retailer that supplied watches to the Italian Air Force, the new Heritage Cronometro TIPO CP-2 is being released in a 1000-piece limited edition and feature a 43mm case just like the original and each watch will be powered by their El Primero 4069 movement, which has a 50-hour power reserve. 

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