Zenith’s Chronomaster Sport has finally come in for an overhaul, 50 years later, central to which is the new the calibre 3600.
The new movement is able to measure and display elapsed time within 1/10th of a second from the 5 Hz (36’000 VpH) escapement, etched visibly on the black ceramic bezel, the key feature for the Sport. There’s also an extended power reserve of 60 hours.
The 41 mm case houses a design which is influenced by Zenith’s Chronomaster De Luca and is offered with a black or white dial, while the El Primero tri-color chronograph registers hark back to the A386 model from 1969.
Standard, the Chronomaster Sport comes on an integrated steel bracelet however a textured cordura-effect rubber strap with a steel deployant buckle is also an option.
Price: $$14,300.00 AUD ($10,000.00 USD / £8,300.00 GBP)
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