When looking back on how far the watch industry has come, we have to take the time to appreciate the timepieces that paved the way for future examples. Zenith stays true to this thought by re-releasing the watches that built a foundation for the company. Zenith is proud to announce the release of the first El Primero with a Gradient Dial from 1969: Chronomaster Revival A385. The 39mm timepiece reflects the vintage design and styling using a brown ombre dial paired with a sharp-edged stainless-steel case. An El Primero 400 Automatic movement drives the six functions of the Chronomaster and holds a minimum power reserve of 50-hours. The Zenith Chronomaster Revival collection features a period-correct light brown leather strap and a version that comes with a traditional steel bracelet. The Zenith Chronomaster Revival A385 Collection is currently available and starts at $7,700.

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