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Zenith Defy Skyline Tourbillon

Defy Skyline, Zenith's successful representative in the sport-chic segment, met with Tourbillon, one of the classic complications of traditional watchmaking.


There are two different references in the new model family. The sporty case, designed with a diameter of 42mm and with a 12-sided bezel detail, comes in stainless steel and black ceramic options. Stylish cases with Zenith emblem and locking crown, as well as scratch-resistant sapphire crystals, are resistant to 100 meters of water pressure.


The dials, which come in blue for the stainless steel version and black for the black ceramic version, draw attention with their circular star motif. There is a Tourbillon escapement at 6 o'clock on the stylish dials where applique indices and baton hands show the time.


Both models are powered by the El Primero 3630 movement. The automatic movement, developed based on El Primero 3620, oscillates at a frequency of 5Hz / 36,000vph and offers a power reserve time of up to 60 hours when fully wound.


The new models come with bracelets that match the case material. The models, which include a rubber strap matching the dial color in the box set, take their place in the standard (non-limited) collection.

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