A new green on green option for the brand's high-performance chronograph.
The new chronograph can measure 1/10th of a second.
The watch is a reproduction of the original model from 1969.
The green tones complement the watch's open dial design.
The watch features a case and integrated bracelet in carbon fiber.
The watches feature a two-tone mix of black and white ceramic.
The watchmaker's latest Defy goes ultraviolet.
The prototype dial was discovered in the attic of Zenith's historical Manufacture building.
The prototype featured a blackened steel case, a rare design element during the 1970s.
The reissue will be limited to just 100 pieces.
One of the most highly-anticipated vehicles this year is getting a limited edition watch.
The watch marks the first time a Zenith has been based on a manga series.
You're going to have to keep your eye on the secondary market if you want one.
The watch is inspired by the El Primero Revival A384.
Designer and founder George Bamford created a retro-futuristic design based on the style of vintage Zenith watches.
The watch also features a jaw-dropping lapis lazuli dial.
The watch is exclusive to the Silicon Valley-based collectors club.
The new limited edition looks to the El Primero's past.
Each re-edition will be available in a limited run of 50 pieces.
A celebration of one of the most important movements in watchmaking history.
Limited to 25 pieces.
Launching exclusively worldwide at Dover Street Market.